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Let us introduce you to ...

... the new members of the National Heritage Lottery Fund (NHLF) team - Alison Plant, Corinne Snow and Kim Hart:

 Alison Plant has joined Lambeth’s Infrastructure and Capital delivery team as a Senior Project Manager to manage the delivery of the NHLF project. She is a highly experienced Project Manager and Chartered member of the Landscape Institute (CMLI) with a passion for the restoration of historic landscapes.

 Corinne Snow is the new Transition and Venues Manager, working closely with FoWNC and other key stakeholders. The aim is to develop a robust plan to transform St Stephen's Chapel and the new Visitor Centre into vibrant spaces that attract community and commercial opportunities. Corinne is a seasoned project manager working on a range of venues from the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to local community spaces.
 Kim Hart is the new Activities and Community Officer (West Norwood Cemetery). She has lived in West Norwood for more than 20 years and through her community work knows the area intimately. With her background in festivals and events and the wide scope of her local connections, Kim is looking forward to raising the profile of our internationally important cemetery with an engagement programme that focuses on education, accessibility, and community partnerships, and that showcases the Cemetery’s outstanding heritage and exceptional natural environment. 

If you are interested in running an event or activity in the Cemetery, or have any questions about the Cemetery in general, please contact Kim on khart@lambeth.gov.uk