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programme director

Richard manages and develops the co-created cultural programme for Reimagine Redditch. He has a background in producing city-wide and international projects with communities and has worked with organisations like the National Justice Museum, Nottingham Contemporary and Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature. Richard joined Reimagine Redditch in 2022 after working as a producer for Coventry City of Culture, UK City of Culture 2021-2022.

He loves culture in the broadest sense of the word and enjoys playing a round of mini golf as much as he takes pleasure from reading a poem.

community engagement manager

A tattoo covered, self-proclaimed movie nerd, Calvin can be found in the heart of communities for Reimagine Redditch, helping them to shape the culture and creativity in the places they live. As well as holding a degree in animal science, he has studied creative arts in Australia, managed tattoo studios, and is a photographer.

Calvin is an experienced community organiser and joined Reimagine Redditch in 2022 to help the team embed communities in programme delivery. He has lots of experience supporting homeless initiatives and working with young people. He is also a passionate vegan and animal rights activist.

marketing and communications manager

As Marketing and Communications Manager, Will is helping design and implement an innovative and creative marketing and communications strategy for Reimagine Redditch.

Will is a former teacher and communications specialist who has worked with a diverse range of organisations, from the BBC to the NSPCC. He is passionate about challenging people’s way of thinking, exposing them to new ideas and empowering them to take action to improve their lives.

Will loves many forms of culture: be that taking in the latest blockbuster at the cinema with his family; to live, interactive street theatre; to reading Phil Wang’s latest book; to designing and building Roman shields with the school children he taught; as well as food, sport, travel and the outdoors.

arts development officer

Huw Moseley is the Arts Development Officer for Redditch Borough Council, and he has worked in the arts development role in Redditch for over 11 years. He has programmed public art and arts and cultural projects in different parts of the borough and has extensive knowledge of the arts and cultural networks in Redditch.

He is also a trustee of the local charity Arts in Redditch, that programmes twice-yearly pop-up art exhibitions in the Kingfisher Shopping Centre and is the local voice of the charity, non-paid and voluntary arts and culture sector, with over 80 members. 

sally Kyle
programme administrator / finance officer

Sally has set up and owned several personal businesses, therefore has a sound understanding of business procedures and administration/financial processes along with a wealth of IT knowledge and experience. She was the first woman in the West Midlands to qualify as a Home Inspector and Domestic Energy Assessor. Sally was born and raised in Redditch she has lived here all of her life. She is a keen animal lover, having previously owned horses and co-owned a local equestrian centre/small-holding for many years where she taught people to horse ride. She enjoys the outdoor life and likes to take long power walks in Redditch parks. Sally has always had a passion for dancing and passed her Gold medal in Ballroom and Latin American dancing back in her late 20’s and has danced in some form wherever she can ever since and still regularly attends various dance groups. Writing poetry has always been a hobby that she has enjoyed and has had a past publication in the ‘West Midlands Now’ Poetry book. Sally is very interested in body art and has many tattoos which she has drawn/designed herself.

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