Vacancy - Join our Trustee Board

We're looking to add building expertise to our trustee board and would welcome a trustee with a background in property - perhaps with experience of construction projects, facilities or building or estate management. The position is voluntary and involves attending board meetings (currently held virtually) every 4-6 weeks.

Designed by the famous architect Richard Siefert (who has more London buildings under his belt than Sir Christopher Wren), The Pirate Castle was purpose-built in 1977 to replace the Charity's original club-house barge. Thanks to an extensive fundraising campaign the building was extended in 2008 to provide updated facilities and access for special needs and disability groups. Our custom-designed, fully accessible wide-beam canal boat followed in 2011, opening up the waterway for all to enjoy. With a continued focus on local youngsters and families experiencing hardship, disability groups of all ages and the schools and voluntary organisations which support them, The Pirate Castle is both a true London icon and a proud emblem of community dedication and ambition.

If you are interested in this trustee role, please email to register your interest. Applications are encouraged from people with relevant expertise from all backgrounds, including BAME candidates and people with disabilities.

This trustee vacancy was featured in The Estate Gazette on 7th November 2020. Click here to view online.