THE GREENFIELD Valley Trust are recruiting new trustees to join the current board.

The Trust is a charity that works in partnership with Flintshire County Council, the Valley’s owner. Together they aim to ensure that the Valley is a safe, attractive and welcoming place for local people and visitors.

They work to provide attractions and events that people find interesting and enjoyable in addition to protecting and explaining the Valley’s history, whilst developing ideas for the future

Chair of the Greenfield Valley Trust, Brenda Harvey said: "We have recently embarked on delivering our ten-year plan and we are sure that there are many people in the region who could help.


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"Lots of people already volunteer with us bringing their specialist skills and we are now advertising this specific opportunity for new trustees.

"We have up to six vacancies on the Trust Board and are looking for people with knowledge and experience of finance, marketing and promotion, tourism, the law, heritage services or fundraising to come and join us. Trustee roles at the Valley Trust are unpaid but interesting and rewarding."

Brenda added: "The role of the trustees is to provide direction and work with other organisations to make sure that, whilst catering for the needs of the local community and visitors, the Valley is financially sustainable."  

Full details about the trustee roles and how to apply can be found at