Kinver Country Fayre has been awarded Charitable Status Charity No:1146282. As a limited company Kinver Country Fayres Limited is required by law to submit accounts to Companies House. The accounts for 2011 can be downloaded here:
Meet the Team
Jane Sadler , Chairman - Jane moved to Kinver over 20 years ago and has put down firm roots in the village. With a background in communications and currently working in marketing for a major construction company, she is committed to promoting all the many, many good things about Kinver – including the 2013 fayre.
Brian Ashmead, Vice Chairman – An Electrical Engineer by profession, Brian has lived in Kinver for over 40 years and has a background in international business. Brian wants to use this experience to promote Kinver Country Fayre both in the village and to a wider West Midlands population.
Paul Wooddissem Treasurer - A Chartered Accountant by profession and a sailing enthusiast with close links to the RNLI, has undertaken the role of Treasurer since early 2011. He has made an invaluable contribution – providing expert advice on all matters financial.
Andy Calloway - With a successful IT business to run and a young family growing up in Kinver, Andy has somehow always found time to get involved in the local community. The founder of our village website Kinveronnline, he joined the Steering Group to offer his IT skills and enthusiasm to make the Fayre a success.
June Dillow – A stalwart member of the Steering Group, June has acted as Secretary over a number of years. Her organisational skills, combined with hard work and loyal support, play a vital part in delivering this event for our community.
Charlie Sadler - Since moving here thirty years ago, Charlie’s enthusiasm for local initiatives has known no bounds. Over the last few years, he has orchestrated the Big Tree campaign with Andy Calloway – bringing the Christmas tree back to the High Street; he also helps run Kinveronline and, since joining the Group, is passionate about making the Fayre a success.
Phil Brown - Phil is active in just about every aspect of rural pursuits and interests in and around Kinver. He has close connections with The National Trust and the Kinver Brewery. Phil brings to the team an unrivalled enthusiasm to see the promote a “real” Kinver Country Fayre.
Paul Randon – A resident of Kinver since 2004. An accountant by profession with vast business experience over the past 35 years that has evolved into assisting and advising charities on their fundraising activities Paul brings with him a keen interest in rural affairs and can draw on his involvement with school fairs in South Africa.
Sara Clymo – Sara has lived in Kinver since 1978 and has participated in or helped with the Country Fayre for nearly 30 years. As a Health Professional she relished working in the South Staffs community and since retirement has become more involved in Kinver itself. Her experience with past Country Fayres was useful in the evolution of the present more ambitious event and she is committed to helping maintain its success.’
Linda White – With a background in sales and marketing for a national house builder, Linda now works for Compton Hospice as Manager in the High Street shop. She is keen to get businesses and traders involved in the Fayre and has recently joined the Kinver Business Association.
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