Jo has been involved with Wateryard since moving to Mayfield in 2010. She had a career in the arts and education and since retiring has got involved with local amateur dramatics. Jo also sits on the committee of Mayfield Phoenix Players.
Peter Horwood (Treasurer)
Peter had a career in financial services for 35 years and is an amateur dramatics enthusiast. He is also Treasurer for the local branch of Riding for the Disabled.
Nigel has been Vicar of Mayfield and Five Ashes for 19 years (after a lengthy spell in inner-city Manchester) and has a particular interest in the Visual and Performing Arts. He is very proud of using local talent and resources close to home to make ‘live’ theatre happen!
Jonathan has a built on his love of drama by retraining as an actor at the Rose Bruford College after a successful career in public service.
Charles Marshall (fund raising)
Charles was last invited to act on stage in 1967 in Terence Rattigan’s “The Winslow Boy”. He has lived in Mayfield since 1990 and is a trustee of a number of local and national charities, including MAYFACS, the Tunbridge Wells Counselling Centre and the Friends of St Dunstan’s.