H2H Board

From left, back row: Martin Allman, Rick Crawley, Lucy Barron, Dr Bill Shannon, Dave Clark, Alan Smith, Charles Smith, Susannah Bleakley. Front row: Sarah Howard, Dr Louise Smail, Prof Mark E Smith, Jill Salmon, Cllr Peter Yates

The Heritage Lottery Funded 'Headlands to Headspace' Landscape Partnership Scheme is overseen by a Board of partners, which brings together a strong suite of skills, including significant expertise in delivering large partnership projects, relevant knowledge of heritage management, economic development, innovation, place-making, sustainable transport and community engagement. 

The Board takes strategic decisions, contributes to effective delivery, shares in managing risks and ensures long term benefits from the Scheme.  Professor Mark E. Smith, Vice Chancellor of Lancaster University and a widely respected senior manager chairs the H2H Board.

The Board members have approved this Scheme and worked together in its development. They are enthusiastic about the potential of the Scheme and keen to see local communities benefiting from new heritage and economic opportunities.

The Scheme Partners and Board members:

Professor Mark E Smith ...... Lancaster University, Vice-Chancellor, H2H Board Chair

Rick Crawley ........................ Morecambe Bay Partnership, Trustee

Susannah Bleakley .............. Morecambe Bay Partnership, H2H Manager

Martin Allman ....................... Cumbria County Council, Environment & Sustainability Manager

Lucy Barron ......................... Arnside & Silverdale AONB, Manager

Maddi Nicholson .................. Art Gene, Founder and Artistic Director

Dr Bill Shannon.................... Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society (CWAAS)

Charles Smith ...................... English Heritage, Principal Advisor, Heritage at Risk

Fiona Cruchley..................... Lancashire County Council, Principal Environment Projects Officer

Susan Ashworth................... Lancashire Museums Service, Museums Collections Manager

Cllr Peter Yates .................... Lancaster City Council, Councillor

Dr Louise Smail ................... Marine Conservation Society

Maggie Robinson................. Natural England, Area Manager, Cumbria  

David Clark.......................... Overton Parish Council, Community representative

Robin Horner....................... RSPB, North West Estuaries Reserves Area Manager

Alan Smith........................... Sunderland Point Community Organisation, Community representative

Also present in the photograph above, but not members of the Board are Sarah Howard, English Heritage, Heritage at Risk Officer and Jill Salmon, H2H Officer.

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