Riverside House has two aspects, a charity and a community interest company. The charity owns the Riverside House site and seeks the restoration and preservation of the heritage and history for public leisure, recreation and education in the interests of social welfare and quality of life. There are nine local trustees on the board:
Martin Bilton-Vice president at Deutsche Bank
Ian Flynn-Investment Manager at Warwickshire County Council
Helen Garbett-Director of Goodlife CIC
David Harcourt MBE-Retired Manager of Waitrose Stourbridge
Simon Meddings-Museum Exhibition Designer, Simon Meddings Associates
Jan Milward-Retired Manager from specialist school provision
Cllr. Matt Rogers-Tree Surgeon
Lloyd Stacey-Founder and managing director of Riverside House
The community Interest Company delivers activities by providing therapeutic craft and land based engagement services for a variety of beneficiaries. Currently there is one director, Lloyd Stacey, but there is an intention to eventually have a board of three directors.
We want Riverside House to be an outward looking organisation. On the one hand, working with the expertise that other organisations and individuals can offer, and on the other, being a catalyst and inspiration for new initiatives. We have many regional and national stakeholders, funders, and partners that are actively supporting Riverside House.
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