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Crawick Multiverse

Trust

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The Crawick Multiverse Trust

Crawick Multiverse is a charity registered in Scotland and company limited by guarantee.

The Trust’s objectives are:

  • To advance the arts through the creation of a land art site for the benefit and enjoyment of the public.
  • To advance public understanding and appreciation of the role of the landscape and environment as both material and site for art.
  • To contribute to the regeneration of the local community in Dumfries and Galloway through the provision of a visitor attraction of national significance.

Through visiting, you are helping maintain the site to ensure future generations can continue to enjoy it. Thank you for your support.

The Crawick Multiverse Trust
Registered charity number: SC039940
Registered company number: SC349562
Registered office: 32-34 High Street, Sanquhar, Scotland, DG4 6BL*

*Please note this is not the location of Crawick Multiverse. The address to visit the site is: B740, Sanquhar, Dumfries & Galloway, DG4 6ET.

There are currently four trustees with extensive experience in project management, fundraising, marketing, business development and the delivery of capital projects. They are:

 Gillian Khosla (Chair)

Gillian has enjoyed a successful entrepreneurial career, spanning industries from live entertainment to travel and digital publishing. Moving to southern Scotland in 2004, she discovered a vibrant third sector and many opportunities therein. She is a co-founder and trustee of the Crichton Carbon Centre.

Cathy Agnew

Cathy is an independent arts development professional with a wealth of experience in pioneering work in the third sector. Until recently she held the role of Project Development Director at Peter Pan Moat and was Chair of DGUnlimited, the network set up to connect and champion the region’s arts sector.

 Caroline McMillan

Caroline is a sales and marketing professional, both creatively and technically proficient. Resident in Sanquhar, she has a deep understanding of the local community and tourism offer, as well as a natural affinity with Crawick Multiverse.

Patrick Lorimer

Patrick is a Conservation Accredited Architect from Ayrshire with a wide and varied experience in maintaining, improving and caring for built forms in both the private and public arenas. He is currently involved as asset manager with a number of local and regional community led charities.

 
 
 
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This project is part-financed by the Scottish Government and the European Union – LEADER 2014-2020 programme
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