Jeanne van Heeswijk – Board member

I am an artist who facilitates the creation of dynamic and diversified public spaces in order to ‘radicalize the local’. My long-scale community-embedded projects combine performative actions, discussions, and other forms of organizing and pedagogy in order to assist communities to take control of their own futures.
In 2009, I worked for the Biennial on the public project 2up2down and listened to the people of Anfield and Everton during the ‘Housing Market Renewal’ Scheme about their hopes for the future of the area, discussing what alternatives could look like and how we could work towards taking matters in community hands. I negotiated with the Mitchell family to use their bakery building as our base camp and out of this the CLT and Homebaked bakery were born. I have stayed involved as a board member but more from my hometown of Rotterdam.


Sue Chestnutt – Treasurer

I first came to Liverpool as a student in the mid-’80s and loved it so much that I stayed. I have worked as a Chartered Accountant in the City and local area for over 35 years, and seeing how the city has changed and grown has been amazing. I am a regular visitor to Anfield […]

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Andrew Beattie – chair of the board

Andrew is a partner at creative agency, Wordscape, and the co-founder of Ethos Magazine. He works with businesses across the social economy to tell their stories and increase their impact. Andrew is also co-dean of micro-granting organisation Awesome Liverpool.  He became chair of the board at the end of 2023 after several years as a […]

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Ralph Bullivant – board member

I have worked as a solicitor in Liverpool for 25 years. I was asked to join the board of Homebaked as it was felt there was a need for legal expertise, and I hoped that my experience would help the CLT achieve its objectives – to preserve the building where the bakery is based and […]

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