All Change for Bedford Creative Arts

29/04/2016

 

All Change for Bedford Creative Arts

29/04/2016

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We wanted to let you all know that our exuberant Chief Executive Dawn Giles will be leaving Bedford Creative Arts this Summer.

Over the last 7 years Dawn has taken this organisation from strength to strength through a particularly difficult period for arts organisations. Her leadership has been invaluable and you can see results of her amazing input throughout our work.

The Bedford Creative Arts team and trustees would like to thank Dawn for all her hard work and support and wish her all the best in the future.

As sausage dog Ruby will be leaving with Dawn, we will be recruiting a new office dog ( & CEO) next week and we hope you will support our search for the next Bedford Creative Arts visionary.

Further details on the role will be on our website from next week.

Thank you

The Bedford Creative Arts Team

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