Meet the Trustees
Angela Harrison is the chair of HF&CT Angela has lived and worked in Hillfields most of her adult life. She was sat on the committee of HCT before becoming an active member of HF&CT.
Tina Hunt Tina has been a trustee of Hillfields Community Trust until the group merged with HF&CT. Tina has a particular interest in encouraging community connections through activities.
Anna is a Primary School Teacher as well as the labour Councillor for Hillfields and the Cabinet Member for Education and Skills at South Gloucestershire Council
Zoe Fry was a trustee and active volunteer of Hillfields Young Mothers Group before becoming a trustee of Hillfields Family & Community Trust. Zoe has extensive experience of working in the voluntary sector and community development.
Jazzmin Bridgwater Court Jazz has been a trustee of Hillfields Family & Community Trust for many years. She is a member of Friends of Air Balloon Primary School (FAB) PTA association, Red Notes Choir and a Member of Healthwatch (NHS advisory board). Jazz is currently studying to be a social worker.
Craig Cheney Deputy Mayor Bristol. Labour counsellor for Hillfields. Cabinet member for Finance and Culture. Director of Bristol & Bath Regional Capital and Bristol Museums Development Trust.
HF&CT recruiting volunteers to help us with various exciting projects, including co-ordination of events updating the website and organising workshops and events.
We believe that volunteers can provide a variety of skills and experience that would not otherwise be available. We also recognise that volunteers require satisfying work and personal development and will seek to help our volunteers to meet these needs.
We are currently recruiting for volunteers to joining our steering committee for the new community housing project. If you have experience of housing or community led initiatives or if you live locally and want to help support this project
If you are interested in volunteering please contact us on 3772727 or
Meet the Staff
Jan Ross shares the Chief Executive post with George Campbell_Touray. Jan spent many years working in the NHS before completing an honours degree in Cultural/Women's studies in Bristol. Jan is a qualified therapeutic counsellor and manages the young parents counselling service at the hub. Jan also manages the Centre’s funding, finance and payroll. She is passionate about the development of the Hub as community resource and the development of the community led housing project.
George Campbell-Touray shares the Chief Executive post with Jan Ross. George spent many years as a social worker before setting up a successful charity supporting young parents in Hillfields. George manages the Centre’s staff, projects and events and is the lead for services for young people aged 8 to 11 yrs. George also sits on the Police independent advisory committee and works for Bristol mediation as a community mediator.
Sandra Laing is the administrator at Hillfields Community Hub. Sandra joined the team in October 2019 after working with people with learning disabilities in the community for many years and before that in marketing. Sandra is also an active part of the St George community and she brings her skills and experience to Hillfields to support the growth and development of the hub.
Leah Eatwell is a community led housing enabler and project manager with a passion for effective delivery that empowers communities from the grass roots upwards.
She is also a Director of the Confederation of Cooperative Housing and an Associate with Ecomotive, which sees her supporting, delivering and enabling Community Led Housing projects and initiatives nationally but with a specific focus on her home city of Bristol. As a resident of Hillfields, Leah is committed not only to the housing project delivery, but also to the impact it has for the local community.