Arts > Jacksons Lane recruiting board members

Posted on May 3, 2017


Gregory Ledniowski reports on opportunities for young people interested in theatre and performing arts management
For over 40 years, Jacksons Lane has been a creative and cultural hub for North London as well as the UK’s leading supporter of modern circus.

They provide the best in contemporary performance, arts participation, cultural education and outreach work for children and young people in addition to older people and excluded communities. Over 200,000 people use their building every year!

Most recently Jacksons Lane have planned a multi-million pound refurbishment project. One of the proposals is for Jacksons Lane and Highgate Library to be brought together under one roof to create new and upgraded library services.

Jackson's lane want to hear from young people passionate about their local community

As a result Jacksons Lane is looking for trustees. The trustees are the individuals who take decisions at the governing body of the charity. They are particularly interested to hear from young people with a passionate for their local community and understand the potential that Jacksons Lane has. It’s a great way to find out how decisions are made and how to make a difference in your community. Applicants from diverse backgrounds and with experience of working in Tottenham and Wood Green are strongly encouraged.

If you are interested in becoming a trustee for Jacksons Lane, please send a short email to their Chair, Melian Mansfield at board@jacksonlane.org.uk by 26th May 2017.

Please explain why you would like to become a trustee and what skills you would bring. Remember to also include your phone number.

For more information visit https://jacksonlane.ork.uk/

Gregory Ledniowski
Gregory enjoys sharing his opinions with others. His main interests include media, art and drama. He is currently an aspiring actor.

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