The charity COAST Arts is managed by a board of local volunteer trustees.

Malcolm Birtwell has worked with COAST Arts on and off for many years. Malcolm is chair of Rock the Lobster and has been involved in music and performing arts since his teens. He uses his technical knowledge to keep the online profile of COAST Arts up to date.

Rosie Glasgow has 30 years’ experience of arts development and delivery in both the public and private sectors. As Chair of COAST Arts, Rosie applies her skills in fundraising, project management, administration and financial management, to keep the charity on track. Rosie also sits on the management committee of Cromer Community Association and has been involved with COAST Arts since 2009.

Amanda Hensby worked in the charity sector in Norfolk for nearly 30 years as a Senior Manager mainly responsible for HR and communications. Since moving to Overstrand in 2016 and starting her own garden making business, she has continued her involvement within the community by becoming a trustee of COAST Arts. She uses her skills and experience in fundraising, communications and organisational development to support COAST Arts move forward in its development and future aspirations. She is also a Director of The Belfry Centre for Music & Arts in Overstrand, a community interest company, providing a great space for the community to enjoy music and all forms of art.

Barry Meadows, retired project manager with considerable experience of managing large multi-disciplinary projects. Skilled in project management, quality management, customer focus, and administration.  As treasurer of the charity, Barry applies his skills to oversee the financial stability of the charity. Also a trustee of Friends of North Lodge Park, Barry has a passion for outdoor theatre and works with local theatre groups bringing this and other events to the Park.

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Jenny Rumens is a practising sculptor working in wood. Jenny is a founder member of NOVA and has worked with COAST Arts from its beginning. She has curated many exhibitions of my own work and of group shows.

Sally Wallace, a retired gallery owner, has been involved with COAST Arts since its inception. Sally was instrumental in forming NOVA, a group for local visual artists, 20 years ago. It is still going strong. In both organisations she has occupied a variety of roles including chair and treasurer.