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Our Trustees

Four trustees have been appointed to the board of the Neilston Windfarm Legacy.

Jamie Davidson

Jamie Davidson Neilston Windfarm Legacy TrusteeJamie is a Chartered Accountant specialising in Infrastructure and Renewable Energy projects. He works in Corporate Finance with Johnstone Carmichael. Jamie has been volunteering as a Trustee of Neilston Development Trust (NDT) since 2016. He is chair of the NDT finance subcommittee and is the NDT representative on the NWL Board. Jamie also volunteers for Galston Community Development Trust and is a keen obstacle course racer.

Marian Jacobs

Marian Jacobs Neilston Windfarm Legacy TrusteeMarian has had a long career working with housing associations involved in regeneration and community development. Her last role as Director and Secretary involved strategy, financial management and governance. She has served as a non-executive/trustee on several Boards including Greater Glasgow Primary Care Trust and Blackwood Homes and Care, and has played a key role in establishing a new Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO), which supports a primary school in Tanzania. She lives in Glasgow.

June Jones

June Jones Neilston Windfarm Legacy TrusteeJune worked for 35 years in careers guidance, often specialising in developing and delivering services for people with additional support needs. This required close operational and strategic links with local authorities, including East Renfrewshire where she has lived since 1986. June has worked in partnership or in an advisory role with charitable organisations such as Enable and The Prince’s Trust. She has also worked with further and higher education providers, and employment and benefits agencies.

Andrew Murdoch

Andrew Murdoch Neilston Windfarm Legacy TrusteeDrew is a well-respected local businessman, whose family company J & M Murdoch and Son Ltd is run from the historic Crofthead Mill and employs a number of local people. Drew lives in Neilston and is known to everyone as having a strong commitment to village life, and as a supporter of many local organisations, the Neilston Juniors, Scouts, Crofthead Bowling club to name but a few. Drew also supports many national charities like Macmillan Cancer Support, St Vincent’s Hospice and the Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice.