Introducing our senior management team
Our Senior Management Team
Joining us in 2007, Peter had a specific role to find sustainable solutions to complex urban churches within our collection and to enable more community involvement in the care of our churches. Peter became Director for the South East in 2012 and Director of the North region in 2016.
After a career start at English Heritage, Peter worked as a local authority conservation officer and sat on the Peterborough Diocesan Advisory Committee. He became the first Conservation Officer employed in the Church of England, for the Diocese of London, before becoming a Project Development Manager supporting parishes in the maintenance of the buildings in their care and finding sustainable solutions for historic churches through grant aid and commercial development.
In August 2017 Peter was announced as our new Chief Executive.
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Deputy CEO and Director of Conservation
After studying engineering at Leicester University Sarah spent six years as a structural engineer in London, working on a number of historic buildings including Hampton Court Palace and Southwell Minster.
In 1991 she won a scholarship with the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings and spent 9 months gaining hands-on experience of historic building repair and conservation. In 1995 Sarah joined us as a Conservation Manager and became Director of Conservation in 2003. In 2010 Sarah became Deputy Chief Executive.
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Director of Resources and Finance
Stuart is the Director of Resources and Finance at The Churches Conservation Trust. As such he holds director-level responsibility for our finances and resources, including HR and IT.
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Director of Operations
Director of Volunteer Development
Colin leads a team of regional managers dedicated to sustaining churches and fulfilling their potential for community use and as heritage visitor attractions with the support of volunteers and partner organisations. He also holds a national strategic remit for volunteering.
Colin previously held directorate roles covering operations, planning and communications with The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award after promoting the scheme, through volunteers, throughout Scotland. Colin’s career began in the rail industry as Area Manager for the West Highland line. In this role, he was instrumental in reintroducing steam-hauled trains - which continue today as a top tourist attraction.
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