Any member of Sustaining Dunbar is eligible to put themselves forward to be one of our volunteer Directors. The Board also has the option to co-opt extra directors to bring in particular skills and expertise. Members elect our Board at our AGM, usually in March or April. Board meetings are normally held on the first Monday of every month (7.30pm in the office above the BeGreen shop) and any member is welcome to attend.
Board minutes up to December 2012 are available here.
Our Constitution is available here.
To contact the Board email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Sustaining Dunbar is a Charitable Company Limited by Guarantee (registered in Scotland no. 351910, Scottish Charity no. SC040106) with membership open to anyone aged 18 or over and resident in the Dunbar and East Linton Ward. This structure enables us to employ staff and raise funds and has been set up to facilitate and support the work of various local groups and projects, many of which are led by volunteers. Sustaining Dunbar’s aim is to enable and facilitate, make connections, encourage the free flow of relevant information and generally to do all it can to help everyone get involved in making a vibrant, creative and resilient, low-carbon locality.
Board members 2013:
Chair: Brian Grindley
Brian has worked in IT for almost 30 years and has a special interest in a high tech future for Dunbar.
Andrew Turner has lived in East Linton for nearly 20 years with his wife and four children. He’s always been interested in making things, and is a time served joiner and qualified furniture maker. This last ten years been employed by Jewel & Esk College teaching a Furniture Crafts course, now part-time. He’s been a Sustaining Dunbar board member since 2011.
Jacquie has been connected with Sustaining Dunbar since its earliest days. She is also involved with the Community Bakery, Friends of Winterfield and the Community Woodland Group. Jacquie was an East Lothian Councillor from 2007-2012 and is currently the Vice-Chair of Dunbar Community Council.
Eleanor lives in Dunbar
Rodrigo has lived in Dunbar with his family for over 12 years. He got involved in Sustaining Dunbar to improve our community’s ability to have a sustainable local economy by meeting the challenges of rising energy costs and climate change. He’s a software engineer and currently works for a health informatics company in Edinburgh.
Hannah has recently moved back to Dunbar to live by the sea. Hannah works in Edinburgh in the legal field and has a particular interest in Environmental Law.
We are actively recruiting more board members. To express an interest contact email@example.com.