Who we are Our trustees Our trustees Colin Jones - Chairman It is a pleasure and a privilege to serve both as a trustee and chairman of the CSJ helping it to fulfil its role of supporting and promoting the pilgrimage to Santiago. The various aspects of being a trustee come together as "giving something back" to the Camino. I have been an hospitalero at our albergue at Miraz as well as at various Spanish and Portuguese albergues. Vice Chairman - Robin Dorkings I have been an office volunteer since 2003, and spent 2 weeks in Santiago in 2013 as an “Amigo.” I have walked several caminos to date and hope to do more in the future. I have been a trustee since the 2015 AGM. Treasurer - Tony Ward I became a member whilst on a long-term pilgrimage from St Neot (Cornwall) to Santiago, which took 8 years in fortnightly slots. I was appointed Treasurer in 2004 and have continued in that role ever since. I have actively supported the activities of the CSJ over the years, including several spells as hospitalero at Miraz. Arthur Chapman I have been a member of CSJ since 2011 and have walked the Camino Frances from Burgos, the Camino del Norte, the Camino Inglés, the Camino Portugués (from Lisbon) and the Primitivo. I have volunteered as hospitalero at Miraz for most years (since 2013). I hope to help promote the CSJ in Scotland and encourage people to walk the caminos. Catherine Davies I have been heavily involved with Refugio Gaucelmo at Rabanal along with my mother, Julie Davies, the hospitalero coordinator. I look forward to supporting the CSJ and its members. Richard Jefferies I joined the CSJ in 1996 before walking the Camino Frances from Puente la Reina to Santiago. Subsequently, I have walked along the Camino Portuguese and made a pilgrimage from Guildford to Canterbury. I was the Chair of the Miraz Committee for six years, after working as hospitalier on the Voie de Vézelay in two refuges, I have been involved with the trustee board as fundraiser and look forward to developing its confraternity in France and other parts of the pilgrim world. Mary Moseley I am enthusiastic walking pilgrim on Camino Francés, Via de la Plata, Camino Portugués. I help to organise major CSJ events. John Read Composer of the Pilgrim Cantata, I cycled with a friend to Compostela in three stages from Caen in 2000-2002 and helped run a pilgrim hostel in France (I speak reasonable French). I am a former Marketing Director and director of three public companies, and project manager and currently chair a voluntary organisation and am a Trustee of our Community Centre which I helped to found, and am experienced in public speaking. Helen Robinson Helen is a chartered accountant, having training with global accounting firm Grant Thornton, supporting local government, not for profit and commercial organisations, most recently based in Madrid. Outside of work Helen is passionate about travel and positively impacting local communities in the process. Walking her first Camino de Santiago in 2019 had a hugely positive impact on her life and since has been passionate about promoting and encouraging others to experience its magic. Priscilla White I joined the CSJ in 1992 before walking the Camino Frances from Le Puy-en-Velay to Santiago. Subsequently, I have walked along the Camino del Norte and the Via de la Plata. I am now the Chair of the Miraz Committee, having volunteered as hospitalera for many years. I have been involved with the organisation of the AGM, and the Camino, Miraz and the CSJ are a huge part of my life.