Helen has worked in the Third Sector in Perth for nearly 20 years across marketing, fundraising and Chief Executive roles. She currently works as a composer and arts administrator. Helen is passionate about volunteering and is a Rotarian in Perth.
The Trust is deeply saddened to learn of the death of Jean Hay. She was a stalwart of the Trust and was last with us as recently as June 2018. She will be dearly missed and our sincere condolences go
Catriona Kennedy makes a welcome return to the trust. Catriona has a keen interest in the theatre, art, music and architecture which in normal times she manages to squeeze in between her twin passions of travelling and cycling with her
The year to June 2020 saw a number of retirals from the trust after many years of fantastic service. Alasdair Dorward, Alison Hall, Jean Hay, Robin Roger and Andrew Thomson made way for Catriona Kennedy, Ruth Ogsden and Claire Little.
Comrie Hall is a lively and active organisation providing a venue for many local people old and young. The Thomson Charitable Trust has donated £5000 towards recent refurbishment.
The trust are delighted to welcome their first fourth generation Thomson with Simon joining us for the November 2018 meeting
The Chairman was delighted to announce that the total donations from the Thomson Trust had surpassed £1 million in the last year.
The Trust would like to welcome Jean Hay to the Trust in 2016 who replaces Meg Ogston who was a Trustee between 2012 and 2016. The Chairman would like to thank Meg for her contribution over the years.
After 40 years as a Trustee and then Chairman of the Trust Michael Thomson has passed over the reins to his son Stuart following a mere 20 year apprenticeship. To commemorate the event Stuart handed over a specially commissioned 40
The Thomson Charitable Trust is proud to support the Perth Festival of the Arts 2015 which featured classical music, opera, rock, jazz, folk & visual art staged in Perth Concert Hall and St John’s Kirk