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Jane is our Development Officer and has been with Celf o Gwmpas since June 2006.


Jane's main focus is on the long term development and sustainability of

Celf o Gwmpas, building suatainable projects whilst forging strong links with other community organisations within Powys and beyond.





Sarah is our Front of House Manager and joined the team in January 2016.


Bookings, admin, practical day to day stuff is all in her remit. Worth befriending, especially for the gluten-free chocolate brownies.


Sarah enjoys working with textiles and is a master in the art of crochet.



Trustees have an important responsibility and  have overall control of a charity to ensure it is doing was doing what it was set up to do. Our trustees also help us fulfil legal requirements, best practice or moral obligations and are encouraged to take a ‘hands on’ approach to supporting Celf o Gwmpas.


If you are interested in becoming a trustee with Celf then please email 


We currently have nine volunteers helping us at Centre Celf.


Liz Morrison has been involved with Celf o Gwmpas for many years in many different roles.  At the moment she supports our work by keeping up to date with our social media.


Rachel Bulbulia volunteers on a weekly basis helping Sarah with administrative tasks, whilst building up her skills and knowledge of IT systems.


Geraint Edwards has been volunteering his time and expertise in many areas, particularly running a series of workshops, and also helping out with the garden and other essential maintenance tasks.


Jane Mason, Jane Titley, Annie Levy, Ruth Penny, Mary-Ann Shoubridge and Delia Brewer all support Celf o Gwmpas by volunteering as support artists within our weekly workshops.

Paul Jays Marjorie Corbett Carol Frewin Anne Evans
Jane Cooke


Jane has taken on the role of Artists Network coordinator.


Jane is a practising artist who has been involved with Celf o Gwmpas as a volunteer for a couple of years.  She has filled many different roles but has always had a passion for the Artists Network which Celf o Gwmpas is developing.  We were really pleased when we were able to offer her a role developing the network.


She's a very busy lady, besides all she does for us she also runs her clothes upcycling business and runs workshops for other organisations


Ruth has recently joined Celf o Gwmpas as our Project coordinator.


Her role involves planning, organising and managing the varied projects and workshops run by Celf o Gwmpas.  She looks after everyone from artists to participants whilst ensuring all paperwork is up to date - not an easy job!


She has recently started her Masters at Aberstwyth University.