Stephanie Hryschko: In 1998 Steph came to an event at The Old Colliery Offices where she met the Community Development Trust team. By the time Steph went home that afternoon, she had become the Trust secretary. Fifteen years on Steph is now the chair of the Trust. Awarded the British Empire medal in her majesty the Queens birthday honour’s list June 2013
Arthur Whiteway: Retired local resident Rotherham volunteer of the year 2011
Parish Cllr Peter Blanksby: As well as being a founding memebr of the Development Trust and Trustee for 19 years, Peter is also a current Wales Parish councillor and Govenor of Wales Junior and Infants school, positions he has held for 19 years and 18 years respectively.
RMBC Cllr Dominic Beck: Rotherham Borough Councillor for the Wales ward and a Trustee since 2012 As a local Councillor Dominic joined the Board of Trustees to ensure that the Community Development Trust is able to use him as a conduit between the Trust and RMBC. Dominic believes it is important that RMBC, through his involvement does its best to support community based organisations like KPWCDT who are an irreplaceable part of the fabric of the local community in Kiveton and Wales.
Amanda Hantke: Former manager of the Kiveton & Wales Pre-School. A Trustee for 8 years and resident of the village and “Young people’s representative. BA Honour’s in Early years Education and training in Governance and Health & Safety
Michael Wright: 52, solicitor with an international law firm, based in Sheffield, specialising in commercial litigation. Michael is Chairman of Wales Childcare Partnership, which runs the playgroup, nursery, breakfast club, and after school club at Wales Primary School, and is also the Chairman of 11th Rotherham Scout Group. He has 4 children at primary school and high school, and his interests include football and playing the saxophone badly.