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Read our interview with Andrew when he became the new Chair earlier this year.
Alan is a retired architect who was initially invited to join the board when CCM began to seriously think about moving from the cramped premises in City Road to more suitable accommodation. Since then, he has used his extensive architectural knowledge to advise CCM on building matters.
During his professional career, he has worked in Africa, the Middle East and the UK. Alan is a member of the Bristol Diocesan Advisory Committee for the care of churches. Alan is married to Julia. They have three grown up children and five grandchildren. Alan and Julia worship at Christ Church Clifton.
Role on the board: Trustee and Buildings Committee Member
Joined the Board: 2014
Malcolm has 20 years’ experience in the construction industry and currently is the property and facilities manager for Trinity College Bristol. Malcolm has been actively involved in numerous social enterprises, such as Aspire and Bristol Together, which are focused on job creation for the long term unemployed. In 2012 Malcolm founded Dreamcoat, a mainly construction based business that partners with the mentioned enterprises to create training and employment opportunities for ex-offenders. His most recent social enterprise start-up is Joseph Studios, a workshop based furniture design and production service.
Malcolm utilised his extensive construction experience to assist CCM in the renovation of the City Road and Carpenter House buildings. He also offers his social enterprise businesses for volunteering opportunities to CCM clients, to learn new skills and enter the workplace.
Malcolm is also a commissioned artist and runs a fitness class but above all has a passion for God's will to be done and His Kingdom to come.