Directors and Staff
Current List of Directors
Chairperson - Felicity Kelly, Vice Chair/Treasurer - Les Van Acker,
Director - Rory Colville, Director - Sandra Spence, Director - Ray McIntosh-Walley
Zena Coffield is the Trust Manager and manages all aspects of Trust business ensuring it remains at the centre of economic and community development in South Kintyre
Morag McMillan is the Volunteer Organiser and Admin officer. Morag oversees the Town hall bookings and supports the many volunteers who take part in a range of SKDT projects.
Jamie McLellan joined the staff as Finance Officer/IT in January 2018. As well as all financial data, Jamie also looks after the IT/telecoms and scoail media.
You can visit us at our office in Campbeltown Town Hall, 54 Main Street, Campbeltown, PA28 6AB
We are open from Monday-Friday, 9am – 5pm.
Who are we?
SKDT is a company limited by guarantee having no share capital and is governed by its articles of association. It was incorporated at Companies House (Company No SC349971) , Edinburgh on 15 October 2008 and became a registered charity on 13 January 2011. (Charity No SC042018)
The Trust is managed by a voluntary board of directors who are elected from its membership and are widely representative of the South Kintyre community. It has over 600 members and at any time a maximum of 8 directors.
Monthly board meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month in the Town Hall chambers.
Members are invited to the Annual General Meeting (AGM).
The 2016 Annual report can be viewed HERE
Minutes of the AGM and the Trust’s annual reports and accounts, 2008-date, can be viewed in our office.
What do we do?
SKDT has become a trusted community anchor organization for South Kintyre, delivering several substantial projects, both independently and in partnership. It has also supported other local community groups and charities with project development and funding. Read about our projects to find out more about what we do.
Keep track of our progress with our Blog
Where are we?
Kintyre is a peninsula on the west coast of Scotland. Geographically, the peninsula is long and narrow, at no point more than 11 miles from west coast to east coast.
The principal town of the area is Campbeltown, which has been a royal burgh since the mid-18th century. The area's economy has long relied on fishing and farming, although Campbeltown has a reputation as a producer of some of the world's finest single malt whisky.