Redruth Revival is a CIC – A Community Interest Company which is a business with primarily social objectives whose surpluses will be reinvested for benefit of the business and the community.
There is no profit for directors, shareholders or owners. Redruth Revival CIC will use business solutions to achieve its aim, namely to support the regeneration of Redruth Town Centre with a 21st Century outlook. Redruth Revival CIC has a distinct and valuable role to play in helping create a strong, sustainable and socially inclusive economy in Redruth.
Redruth Revival Community interest Company has a board of seven unpaid directors:
Judy Davidson MBE Town Councillor, former Mayor and former business owner who also has extensive experience in employment through many years work in the local Jobcentre
Ross Williams The Director of Krowji, a very successful creative hub on the Western outskirts of the town.
Jan Driver The Owner of Windmill Nursery and Windmill Minors Playclub in Redruth; she also works as a Senior Locality Special Needs Coordinator with Cornwall Council.
Aaron Pascoe Has a lifetime of experience in the hospitality industry as a Director of Penventon Hotel in Redruth and he also has business interests in Alverton Manor and Merchant’s Manor.
Tamsin Spargo Redruth-born writer and cultural historian, returned home after an academic career in the UK and overseas, including a decade as a Director of Media, Critical and Creative Arts. Tamsin is also a town councillor.
Paul Harris Founder of Harris Paul and Co Ltd, a Redruth-based accountancy firm with over 35 years of experience in financial matters.
Craig Martin Head Teacher of Redruth Community School and has an eye to the future workforce of this former Mining Capital of the world.