The Trust has many supporters from all walks of life who give generously to the work of the Trust in time, money and expertise. We are indebted to those supporters, some of whom are listed here.
Tirumallen Singelee is passionate about Web design, Social Media and innovative web and mobile technologies. He is an open communicator and active listener, adept at producing timely results while working with cross-functional and international teams.
As a dynamic project leader and manager, Singelee excels at all levels of Web design and development, with distinguished expertise in HTML5, CSS3, Foundations 5, Bootstrap Framework, Scrum, Agile, PRINCE 2 and CMS (WordPress and Magneto). Ability to utilise Social Media Platforms, Google Analytics, Google AdWords, PPC, Email and Blogging and managing Ecommerce platforms.
Stu Prince, retired counsellor, Keele University. Tourism Policy and Management with CURS at Birmingham University. Tutor was the famed Brian Wheeler. Stu Prince, Studied Counseling Psychology at Keele University, Past: University of Birmingham and University of Ulster, Coleraine. Tourism Policy and Management with CURS at Birmingham Uni. My tutor was the famed Brian Wheeler. Coordinator for Round Coastal Britain Relay 2010. A pillar of the community in Crewe! Assists the Trust with all kinds of information.
Dr. Xristine Faulkner, ex Reader and Senior Lecturer London South Bank University. Has assisted the Trust with developing projects for many years, and even now, in retirement, takes an active interest in the Trust.
Clara is an air stewardess, studied at Staffordshire University, lives in Seattle, Washington, from Singapore. Keeper of that skinflint Barry the Baton.
Dr. Aziz Ait-Braham, London South Bank University – Senior Lecturer and Course Director – assists with developing projects.
Golan Thomas – architect of a database for walkers.
Richard Clack writes a regular column for the Trust’s newsletter and is a stalwart supporter of the Trust.
An experienced team leader and a highly organised and resilient trainee project manager. Strong experience gained over 14 years in business and client services and currently looking to develop in project management experience; actively developing business cases and innovative projects. Personal interest include: planning, business processes and change management. Peter is currently assisting with the business and project plan for the North Highland Way.