We employ a number of part time staff to deliver projects and support our organisation. Meet the team!
Growers Hub Coordinator. Nicholas has been with the Broadford & Strath Community Company since 2014. He has a HND in Horticulture from Scottish Agricultural College Auchincruive in Ayr. Nicholas excels in fundraising and organises numerous events. He is also the Local Youth Worker with High Life Highland.
Flourish Organiser. Judy retired from a career as an Occupational Therapist with the NHS. She then started volunteering with a charity offering land based therapy, which led to studying for an award in Horticultural Therapy. Judy now enjoys sharing these skills with the local community of Broadford and Strath, and beyond.
Flourish Together. Claire is a retired secondary school teacher, having finished her career at Portree High School as Head of Technology, Music, Art and Drama. She brings many different practical skills to Flourish Together. She has completed the first level of Horticultural Therapy training and is studying for the full award.
Community Coordinator. Norma has been with the Broadford & Strath Community Company since 2016 and works in the administrative side of the Company. Her early career was spent in hospitality and retail. Norma is also involved with the Broadford Primary Parent Council and the Broadford & Strath Community Council.
Outdoor Learning Manager. Tracy is a qualified primary school teacher with over 20 years’ experience as a teacher and school leader both in the UK and abroad. Tracy has recently completed the first stage of SCQF accredited Assistant Forest School and Outdoor Learning Leader (FOLA) training.
Play Leader. Jonathan trained as an architect at the Mackintosh School of Architecture and has a particular interest in landscape and how the outdoors develops children’s emotional strength and intelligence. Jonathan has recently completed the first stage of SCQF accredited Assistant Forest School and Outdoor Learning Leader (FOLA) training.
Hogmanay 2023: Buy tickets and volunteer at Broadford's big night
Event showcases upcycled textiles with help from the Highland Community Waste Partnership