Meet the Team

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Mark Rowles

Business Development Manager

Mark Rowles has been the business manager for the Four Greens Community Trust since April 2018 and in that time has overseen the development of the Wellbeing Hub initiative in partnership with Plymouth City Council.  Mark has also supported the Board with the development of their strategy and is currently leading on the Emergency Response set up with local partners that is supporting our local community during Covid-19.  His role is to ensure the long term economic viability of the Trust.
Interests - going to the theatre, sport and travelling

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Nicola White

Link Worker

Nicola White started working for the Trust in January 2019 and is the face of the Trust as she is the person who meets and greets visitors to our Centre.  In her role as a link worker she also supports residents within our community to access community health services and encourages them to become part of the activities held at the Centre and in the wider community.  Nicola also undertakes a lot of the administrative roles within the Centre.
Interests - socialising, dog walking, classic cars.

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Mark Ayres

Facilities Manager

Mark is the facilities manager at Four Greens Wellbeing Hub managing the small team that maintain high standards of cleanliness / health and safety ensuring the hub is a pleasant place to work and visit. We offer excellent customer service to tenants, building users and the wider community.


He is the co-director and founding member of Pride in Plymouth CIC.


Interests - cooking, eating out, theatre and walking. 

 
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Tim Marley

Senior Caretaker

Tim Marley has been the senior caretaker since the Whitleigh Hub building opened in June 2016 and is responsible for ensuring that the Four Greens Community Trust building is safe and well maintained.  Tim is a local resident and supports many community activities that run in Whitleigh and Ernesettle and is able to turn his hand to many different tasks.
Interests - Fishing, gaming and raising funds for local charities.

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John Blade

Assistant Caretaker / Maintainence

John joined our team in January 2019, and his skills in carpentry, painting and general DIY work has enabled the centre to remain in an excellent condition. John is a local resident and is delighted to be working for an organisation who is giving back to their community. An example of John's handwork can be seen when visiting our small community garden which he helped to create. 
Interests - family, watching his son play football, films

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Alice Young

Communications Officer

Alice has joined the team and is currently working voluntarily for the Trust to lead on our marketing and communications.  Alice’s background is in sport and works for Argyle Community Trust, one of our major partners.  Alice is leading on the development of our website and is also to support us in the future to develop health and physical activity programmes.
Interests - netball, spending time with family.

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Chloe Jones

Community Development Worker

Working at the heart of our community, Chloe has joined our team to create and develop initiatives to support the local community, improve the health and wellbeing of local residents. As well as creating volunteering and employment opportunities. 

Chloe is passionate about helping people and making a positive difference. 
Interests - dog walking and eating out 

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Yve Ashton

Emergency Food Coordinator

Eve Joined our team in October 2020 to coordinate our emergency food response service. As part of this role Yve will also be looking at food sustainability, supporting families on a budget and encouraging healthier lifestyles.  
Interests - spending time with family and crafting. 

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Annette Browne

Facilities Cleaner

Annette is our cleaning goddess and has been with the team since 2016.  Annette works closely with all our clients and enjoys keeping the site clean and tidy.                            

Interests include the grand children, camping and reading Cathryn Cookson novels