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Forum Members

Alan Butterfield

Alan is a solicitor who came to Camborne in 1972. He was senior partner at Walters and Barbary until he retired in 2009. Always keen to promote Camborne he has been the Chairman of Camborne Regeneration Forum since its inception.

Kingsley Rickard
Trevithick Society

Kingsley trained in pharmacy and agricultural chemicals becoming an internal auditor in the finance division of Boots. Subsequently he was an internal audit manager working throughout the South of England and South Wales.

As a teenager Kingsley developed a love of industrial history and continues this interest to this day. He is involved with the Trevithick Society, King Edward Mine Museum, Harvey’s Foundry Trust at Hayle, Camborne Old Cornwall Society, Poldark Mine and Cornish Engines at Pool, and also gives many presentations to local societies.

When working upcountry, Kingsley was Chairman of the Cornish Association in Kent and later President of the Bristol Cornish Association.  Kingsley is a Bard of the Gorsedh Kernow for industrial history and Vice Chairman of the Homecomers.

Joyce Sanderson
Churches Together
CPR Foodbank

Joyce Sanderson represents Churches Together in Camborne. The local churches co-operate to hold services in the square at Christmas and Easter. All support the Foodbank and their own charities.

Professionally she was in education for many years but since moving to Cornwall nearly twenty years ago, has helped to run the family’s smallholding.

Ivor Corkell
Old Camborne/Cornwall Society

Ivor was born in Camborne and worked as an aircraft designer and flight test engineer with AVRO before becoming a university lecturer in Manchester, Harare and Camborne School of Mines. He is the secretary of Camborne Old Cornwall Society and the Federation of Old Cornwall Societies. Over the last 12 years he has given talks on local history to raise funds for Shelterbox.

George Le Hunte
Vice Chairman

George joined Holman Brothers in 1964, became a Chartered Engineer & Technical Director for CompAir Maxam till retiring in 1997. He then managed the Forum of Private Business for Cornwall & owned a disability access company. Since retiring from business he has been Chairman of Camborne Chamber of Commerce & Chairman of BID Camborne.  George also chairs the monthly meetings of Camborne Produce Market. 

Carol Kitto
Camborne Green & Clean

I am retired and interested in volunteering to help my local community. I’m currently a member of the Camborne litter picking group, Green and Clean and we meet on a monthly basis to clean up Camborne!

Brian Terry
Camborne Fairtrade

Brian Terry was an Education Consultant following a career of over 30 years in Education. He has been involved in a number of publications, including Science textbooks for Oxford University Press and articles on raising achievement in general and that of boys in particular. He has always had a passion for the environment which had led to him being part of the campaign to make Camborne a Fairtrade Town. He has seen Camborne through three successful renewals of of Fairtrade status and continues to lobby for Fairtrade and other environmental issues as part of Camborne Regeneration Forum.

Mike Champion
Mayor of Camborne   

The Mayor of Camborne supports the Forum in their official capacity

Vanessa Luckwell
Link Officer

Vanessa is Cornwall Council’s Community Link Officer for Camborne, Pool, Illogan, Redruth and the mining villages (Carharrack, Chacewater, Gwennap, Lanner, Portreath, St Day and Stithians).

With more than 30 years of experience of working with local communities. Vanessa has extensive knowledge of regeneration, the voluntary sector and local authorities.

She has a proven track record in business planning and grant funding, together with sound project and financial management skills

She is passionate about supporting young people to develop their life skills and build their confidence.

Anna Pascoe
BID Camborne

Anna is the new BID Camborne Manager and has been in post since January 2019. BID Camborne works on behalf of the town businesses to improve Camborne Town by making it a welcoming, well promoted, attractive destination for both visitors and local customers.

Ted Williams
Camborne Royal British Legion

Retired school teacher (specialised in P.E. and handicapped persons) and court official. Began his committee “career” at sixteen on the Camborne RFC Supporters’ Club and has since sat on many committees and held various positions wherever he has lived or worked. Object now : Camborne Comes First..

Camborne Town Council

Val Dalley

Zoe Fox                             

Rose Hitchens-Todd 

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