Lisa Henshall is area rep for Harleston along with Nicky Stainton.
I’m an artist and a teacher and I run a pop-up gallery in Harleston. As a massive fan of WBA, I’m really excited to help promote and explore the opportunities in and around my local area.
My background is a traditional art school background, I studied Fine Art at Loughborough University and then Art Education at Cambridge University and I’ve painted and taught art since the late 90s in a variety of settings.
Sharing and promoting creativity is fundamental to my life and I see representing and supporting W&BA as an extension of this. Thank you for this fantastic opportunity.
Chris Reeve is area rep for Bungay along with Ann Woolston.
I’m delighted to be asked to join the committee of W&BA, having been involved with the Guided Walks in the summer months for a number of years, and thoroughly enjoyed organising them.
My career has been as a Museum Curator, and for twelve years I was Keeper of Art for St. Edmundsbury Borough Council. I took early retirement in 2000, and settled in Bungay taking a part-time role as Community Project Officer with Waveney District Council and then the Lowestoft Community Forum. This got me involved with many local groups assisting them with grant funding applications, and getting intergrated into the welcoming, and vibrant ethos of our warm-hearted town.