Could you become a Trustee?

We are keen to expand our board to better reflect the diversity of our member groups and the wider community. We seek individuals who can make a commitment to join us in our governing and fundraising activities, acting with unquestionable integrity, to support our endeavours in the successful promotion of our objectives.


If you are looking to utilise and further develop your professional skills, and to work with a group of inspiring leaders towards make a positive difference in North East Wales, then this is the role for you. If you feel you could make this commitment to TCC, please see the full role description here.

TCC's Board of Trustees

Rev. Anna Jane Evans - Acting chair

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Anna Jane worked as a youth and community worker with the Presbyterian Church of Wales in Caernarfon before joining Christian Aid as the North Wales Regional Co-ordinator in 2002.  It was then that her link with TCC began, in working together with the North Wales Fair Trade groups and TCC to get Wales Fair Trade Nation status.  Anna Jane attended TCC training and became hooked! 

During an overseas trip to see Christian Aid’s work in the Philippines Anna Jane saw the effectiveness of community organising and is proud to be a TCC trustee, promoting the work across North Wales and raising the voice of community groups striving for justice across a range of issues. As a Regional Co-ordinator with Christian Aid, Anna Jane is responsible for promoting political campaigns and community fundraising across North Wales with local volunteers and church leaders.  Anna Jane feels there is scope to strengthen our working together and looks forward to doing so. 

Anna Jane is a Welsh Speaker.

Sylvia Partington - Treasurer


Sylvia has lived in the Wrexham area all of her life. Sylvia's background is in social care, having worked with Wrexham County Borough Council as a project worker and gained a BA Hons in Social Work when the degree was first introduced. Her first professional role was as a project leader in the voluntary sector, arranging family placements for adults with physical impairment and/or mental health issues. Sylvia later took a job at Flintshire Local Authority as a care manager in adult social services, becoming an Approved Social Worker (now AMHP), Best Interest Assessor and completing a management course on becoming a senior practitioner.


Sylvia retired in 2015 which provided the scope to increase her voluntary work in the community. She has been honorary treasurer at Saint Mary’s Church in Minera for many years, which is how she became involved in TCC, and in 2017 also took on the role of church warden. Alongside this, Sylvia has been a trustee of the Wrexham Parochial Education Foundation for several years and also supports the local Salvation Army shop once a week.

The Venerable Chris Potter


The Venerable Chris Potter was Archdeacon of St Asaph from 2011–2014 and before that held the post of Dean of St Asaph Cathedral for ten years. Before ordination in the Church in Wales in 1993, Chris was self-employed for eighteen years as a woodworker/cabinet maker.


He was first introduced to broad based organising by Nia Higginbotham in 1994 when he was a curate in Flint and attended the opening ceremony for TCC. Chris has attended national training and several local and National Assemblies, bringing his first parish into membership. Chris was a trustee of TCC and later Chair of Trustees for 10 years until 2011 when he became Archdeacon.


Having settled into retirement Chris is looking forward to re-engaging with the exciting work that TCC is currently doing and offering his experience and skills to further that work. Chris lives in Llangollen, a popular spot for TCC organisers.

Bill Long

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Bill is originally from Wrexham and is currently the English & Literacy Co-ordinator at St. Christopher's School.


Bill got into teaching by studying for a BSc in Computer Science at Bangor University and eventually completing a PGCE for Secondary Schools at Liverpool Hope University.  Bill has worked in St. Christopher's for nearly 6 years and for most of this time has been involved with TCC on a number of projects. 


In Bill's spare time he trains and competes in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. He is also an avid Wrexham and Wales football fan.

Harry Perera

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Harry first joined TCC as a young leader through working on campaigns at his school, which is a TCC member school. Harry carried on developing his community organising skills at TCC's Youth in Action group, working on issues such as improving mental health support in schools, and making Wrexham more welcoming. Harry also supported TCC in securing new funding for their work with young people by sharing his experiences as a young leader with funders.

Harry is now a student at Coleg Cambria studying Health & Social Care. In his spare time Harry is also involved with Cadets.

Patron - The Bishop of St Asaph, The Rt Revd Gregory Cameron.

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Bishop Gregory was born in south east Wales, and grew up in Monmouthshire. He discovered his faith as a teenager, and started attending the local Anglican Church (St Cybi). He was educated in Croesyceiliog Comprehensive School in Cwmbran. While reading Law at Oxford University, he discerned a vocation to the ordained ministry, and, on being accepted as an ordinand of the Church in Wales, took a Theology degree in Cambridge.

He was elected Bishop of St Asaph in 2009, where he serves the Church in north east and central Wales. Gregory is married to Clare, a teacher of music, and they have three sons. Gregory has a wide range of interests and enjoys reading, heraldry, calligraphy and Egyptology.

Peter Burke

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Peter grew up in Manchester and, after a career as a civil engineer working on projects around Britain and for many years managing the design and construction of roads and airports in Africa, is now living in retirement in Rossett.

Peter has been an active listening volunteer with Samaritans for over 27 years and is looking forward to working with TCC in their endeavours, through community organising, to remedy issues causing distress in our community.