Our trustees

LJAG has 12 trustees, including a Chair, a Vice Chair and a Treasurer. Please email ljactiongroup@gmail.com  if you would like to get in touch and we are always interested in hearing from people who would like to join our trustees.

Anthea Masey, Chair
John Frankland, Vice Chair
Jon Nash, Treasurer
Stephen Bellas
Clive Francis
Tim Gaymer
Fay Harriott
Kathy Jones
Michelle Kane
Jan Hegenbart
Hazel Watson
Jeffrey Yussef

Anthea Masey, Chair
“I have lived in Loughborough Junction for fourteen years and got involved with LJAG as a volunteer at the We are Loughborough Junction outdoor photographic exhibition in 2010.  I was attracted to the energy and creativity of the group and I work with a great bunch of people.  I would encourage everyone to get involved.”

John Frankland, Vice-Chair
“I have known Loughborough Junction since the late 1940s and have lived within its environs for more than 30 years. I am a governor at St Saviour’s School and chair of the Herne Hill Safer Neighbourhood Panel and the Management Board. It was not so long ago that the junction was a very violent and dangerous place; it is very much safer now. LJAG is now highly respected and influential as is evident in and around Loughborough Junction.”

Jon Nash, Treasurer
“I have spent 30 years working in finance positions predominantly in the financial services sector in the City of London. For nearly 20 years I have lived in South East London and was appointed Treasurer in December 2019.”
Stephen Bellas, “I joined the Board of LJAG as a trustee in 2017 and have lived in the area for 25 years. I have been involved in the local community for many years as Chair of a charity that supports local families with young children and as a member of the Loughborough Estate Management Board. I got involved with LJAG having witnessed the positive impact it has had on enhancing the physical environment of Loughborough Junction, improving not only the space but also providing opportunities that have enhanced the wellbeing and life chances of local residents.”
Fay Harriott “‘I grew up and went to school in Loughborough Junction in my early years and continue to work and live in South London. I became a trustee in September 2019 following graduation on a professional training programme to tackle and improve racial diversity at board level, currently under-represented’.