In addition to those people listed here, a large number of local people have contributed thier ideas, energy and funds to this project.
This project is run by volunteers. There are no paid staff. If you want to help make this project happen, please see the volunteering opportunities listed here.
The charity Moormead Community & Sports Pavilion is organised by:
- Lawrence Power
- Gariesh Sharma
- John Sheehan
- Mark Szutenberg
Please click this link to learn more about our Board of Trustees.
Leigh Bowen (unpaid vounteer)
50° North Architects, based in Richmond, is a local practice whose staff are members of the community around Moormead Park. Passionate advocates of community architecture and design, they are proud to be part of the Pavilion design team and are looking forward to realising the new building in the park. With a background in environmental design and a portfolio of projects in St Margarets, Twickenham, Richmond and throughout West London, the practice uses natural materials in its designs; they have a passion for trees and natural landscapes so this commission to develop a new community facility in a park setting is very exciting. 50°North is a small firm of seven now in its 13th year; this scheme is led by principal architect, Leigh Bowen, with his colleague, Gavin Neal, illustrating and developing the design. You can view their work and practice profile at www.50degrees.co.uk or call them on 0208 744 2337, ask for Leigh. Leigh is an unpaid volunteer on this project.
Suzanna Heape (unpaid vounteer)
Suzanna Heape is a local resident and architect. With two young sons, she has a keen interest in the community and facilities around Moormead Park. She has been a fully qualified architect for over 18 years, during which she has built up extensive experience with a number of award-winning architectural practices. She has been responsible for developing and delivering significant residential, cultural, public and commercial buildings. Suzanna set up SLR Architects in 2012. The practice’s focus is on local domestic scale new builds, extensions and refurbishments. Suzanna is also a design consultant, working with architectural practices in central London, delivering high-value residential developments with mixed tenure social housing provisions. Given the community nature of the Pavilion, she has been happy to contribute to the design process by using her expertise to lead the consultation process with the Friends of Moormead and ultimately with the wider community. Suzanna is an unpaid volunteer on this project.
Cindy Hancock (unpaid vounteer)
Cindy Hancock works in medical communications and has a degree and PhD in genetics from Cambridge University. She helps with PR and communications for Moormead Community & Sports Pavilion as well as assisting with development of the brochure for the annual St Margarets Fair, held on Moormead Park each July. Cindy’s son and daughter both play for Moormead FC and she is passionate about regenerating the Pavilion to benefit local sports users as well as the whole community. Cindy is an unpaid volunteer on this project.
Andrew Cockayne (unpaid vounteer)
Andrew Cockayne has worked for the NHS, Social Care and Downing Street. He now runs a digital healthcare improvement company. Andrew helps Moormead Community & Sports Pavilion with research and web development. Both Andrew's children learned to ride a bike in Moormead park. Andrew is an unpaid volunteer on this project.
The charity Moormead Community & Sports Pavilion benefits from the support of a range of local organisations.