APCG is a fully registerd charity and is guided by a great team of Trustees that help monitor, direct and steer APCG towards its objectives and goals.
Dr Sarah Harvey
Sarah Harvey started her career researching mental health policy. With her main career in human resources and organisation development consultancy, Sarah has also been a board director in several NHS organisations.
Sarah lives in Faversham. has one husband, two grown up boys, two dogs and one allotment and a challenging garden that requires the agility of a mountain goat to tend.
As well as gardening she loves cooking, reading and travelling and hates sprouts and camping.
Lucia set-up her own business offering data analysis and bookkeeping services four years ago, having previously worked for large and small financial organisations.
Lucia has lived opposite the Physic Garden for 10 years with her partner and two children who are at primary school. She plans to pick up some practical gardening skills rather than relying on her parents. She enjoys being out in the fresh air with her kids, exercising, reading and the local arts festivals.
Jo Osborn is a geographer by background which led to a career in water – she is Head of Communications at South East Water.
A member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations, Jo enjoys using her communication skills to support local community interests.
Jo lives in Wingham, but the garden is a perfect half way spot on the way home from work. She loves open water swimming (in the summer!) and enjoys a long walk, particularly if it involves an excuse for a pub lunch with friends at the end.
Gulliver Immink has had a portfolio career – in an oil company, in the savings industry in the City and running his own very small IT company.
He is fascinated by Faversham, now living right in the middle, just a stone’s throw from the Garden, but previously just outside the town since 1982. He is a Trustee of the Faversham Creek Trust, the Sea Cadets and sits on the Environment Committee of the Faversham Society amongst other things.
Gulliver loves playing tennis, cycling and taking his dog for long walks, occasionally dropping into a local hostelry for an uplifting drink as well as indulging his granddaughter. ‘It’s all about community’ and there’s nothing better than meeting and talking with people from all walks of life, something at which Faversham and particularly the Garden excels.
Hannah Temple is a human rights consultant who is passionate about social justice and gardening in equal measure!
Upon discovering the Community Garden when she moved to Faversham, Hannah immediately signed up to be one of our regular volunteers and she continues to enjoy getting stuck into the muddier side of garden business.
Hannah brings to the team her skills in organisational change, facilitation, monitoring and evaluation and communications as well as a knack for hula hooping.
APCG's staff are keen and helpful to all those seeking the services and support that APCG provides. They all would like to see you and between them they run a variety of fun and useful projects, events and clubs that keep things growing sucessfully!