Meet our Staff
Tina, Lucy, Sheila and Morven
Lucy and Tina joined us in April 2018, in their role of Community Engagement and Development Officer for The Garve & District Development Company and we are delighted to have them aboard. The ladies are currently job sharing an up to 4 days per week post and one of their main priorities it to help us implement our new Community Development Plan for Garve and District.
Community Engagement and Development – TLC Partnership
TLC+ Associates is a dynamic duo of ladies hailing from west of the dhirrie. Tina Hartley and Lucy Beattie have a strong background in community development and rural enterprise having worked for a number of organisations including community trusts, development companies and rural businesses. Tina, originally from Lancashire moved to Ullapool 16 years ago and has a background in business development, community facilitation and project management. Lucy is from Leckmelm, Loch Broom and has a background in agriculture, rural development and community education. As a team they have worked together since 2011 and are both looking enjoying their role with the company.
Sheila Mitchell - Company Secretary
Sheila current works for the compnay one day per week. She grew up in rural Perthshire and moved to Ullapool 5 years ago, after 20+ years working in social housing in the central belt. More recently she has been Project Manager for Assynt's community bus, as well as volunteer treasurer for Isle Martin Trust. She also currently works as Farms Administrator at Wester Ross Salmon at Ardmair.
Morven MacDonald - DigiHub: Meet and Eat Project Facilitator
Morven was born and brought up in Ullapool and after working in various locations all over the UK, she returned to her home in 2010. She has over 20 years experience in HR, training & development and is someone that is passionate about the communities, landscape and services in the Highlands. Morven believes in every person having ability and deserving the opportunity to learn and grow at their pace, in their way. Morven is currently evaluating this very successful project and we hope to see more of her in the future,