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Our Trustees

Highbury Roundhouse Youth and Community Centre is managed by a Management Committee, elected by the local community at the Annual General Meeting.

The current trustees are:


  • Neville Cowton: Chair

  • Andrew Myer: Deputy Chair

  • Steffan Taylor: Secretary

  • Scott Wadlow: Treasurer

  • Sara Zavaleta: Trustee

  • Martin Jones: Trustee

  • Rob Allum: Trustee

  • Rory Leyne: Trustee

  • Adelaide Cowton: Trustee

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Become a Trustee

Becoming a Trustee is about giving back to your community, using your professional skills to gain or expand your strategic planning skills, ensuring the charity is run correctly and using its funds and assets wisely. Ultimately, making sure it delivers on its charitable obligations.

We are also looking for Trustees who can give a fresh perspective on the centre and how it impacts the local community.

Trustees are also encouraged to assume a specialist responsibility which could lead to involvement in specific strategic projects or sub-groups and a contribution of additional time.

Time commitment:

We currently hold monthly Board meetings. These are usually held in the evenings, but meetings may occasionally take place at other times. Most meetings are held in person.

To apply, please send us your CV and a short expression of interest and reference to which role you are hoping to fill, of no more than two pages to

Become a Member

Becoming a Member is about actively taking part in the decision making of Highbury Roundhouse. Please note that only members can vote. To become a Member you need to live locally. If you wish to become a member, please send an email to

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