The Trust is managed by the trustees, who are voted in by the members at the Annual General Meeting. There is a maximum of 15 trustees. We are trying to ensure that the trustees represent a wide cross-section of the town, and have skills which reflect the needs of the Trust going forward.
Sarah Scarlett (Chair)
Sarah's background is in business law and banking. She now advises owners of small and medium sized businesses on transaction management.
Sarah and her husband moved to Auchtermuchty in August 2013 to be closer to family, and are really enjoying living in North East Fife. In her spare time (while not developing her garden), Sarah tries to get to the theatre as much as possible, listens to lots of music, reads too many crime novels and dress-makes. She is slowly finishing a pair of leather gloves at the Craft Group on Friday mornings.
Alan Muirhead (Treasurer)
Alan is the chair of the Auchtermuchty Community Association and secretary of Auchtermuchty and Strathmiglo Community Council.
Alan retired as IT manager at St. Andrews Links Trust in 2006. Among his many interests, he is senior skip and former president of the Stratheden Curling Club.
Vivienne Wild (Secretary)
Vivienne is a lecturer in astro-physics at the University of St Andrews. Her research is about how galaxies like our own Milky Way came into existence.
She is currently undertaking extensive renovations on her own Grade B listed property in Auchtermuchty.
In her spare time, Vivienne enjoys sea-kayaking, hill walking and running, and has a gorgeous Gordon setter.
Andy is councillor for Howe of Fife and Tay Coast and a website designer. He sits on the committees of: Fife Council, NE Fife Area Committee, Licensing Board; Planning Committee; Business, Enterprise, Economy & Planning Policy Advisory Group; Education, Social and Communities Scrutiny Committee; Tay Bridge Joint Board; Equalities Working Group, Safer Communities Committee.
When Andy has time, he enjoys curling, walking his dog and camping.
Mary is Director of the Glenrothes YMCA-YWCA. She has extensive experience working within the charities sector in providing youth and community support, e.g. community learning, leisure activities, information and advice. She also has experience in successfully obtaining grant funding. Mary is former chair of AttFife Trust and CVS Fife.
Tony retired in 2007 from a 40 year career as an executive in the high tech industry. A significant part of his career was spent living and working overseas, including seven years in Asia.
Since he and his wife returned to Scotland, Tony has applied his international business experience to helping and mentoring young companies starting up in various high-tech fields. He works as a non-executive company adviser and director and continues to serve as an independent director on the board of a US company Fairchild Semiconductor, Inc.
Donald is Councillor for Howe of Fife and Tay Coast.
He sits on the Appeal Sub-Committee, Fife Council; the Fife Licensing Board, the NE Fife Area Committee, the Planning Committee, and the Regulation & Licensing Committee.
Donald has extensive experience with personal house renovations.
Polly and her family live on a smallholding just a mile from Auchtermuchty, having rebuilt the house from a ruin 25 years ago. She keeps livestock and bees, and grows as many fruit and vegetables as time permits. Her main job is designing kitchens, but her passion is cooking seasonal healthy food
Steve is Secretary of the Auchtermuchty Theatre Group
Brian is a retired Engineering Manager and University Lecturer (in Engineering). He undertook the “Self Build” of his own home in 1992. He is Treasurer of the Auchtermuchty Church Congregational Board, responsible for giving, budgeting, fund-raising and all congregational expenses.
Brian used to run a vintage wedding car business and also collected vintage tractors. Genealogy is another great interest.
Pete is Chair of Auchtermuchty Theatre Group, and a local musician, entertainer, comedian and blacksmith. He has extensive theatrical experience with East Kilbride theatre.
Pete regularly takes a lead role in the Auchtermuchty Theatre Group productions.
Kim works part time for Scottish and Southern Energy as an Human Resource Administrator & when she's not working she is running around after her very active 3 year old son! In particular she spends a lot of her time helping Rhys explore the great outdoors (this mainly involves searching for tractors, combines, fire engines & bin lorries!).
In her spare time she enjoys gardening, crafts & decorating her home that they bought last year.