Our People

We are fortunate to have many great people associated with the Glenrothes Community Sports & Health Hub, all focused on making a positive difference for others through the provision of sport, recreational and social activities.

Staff

Jamie Fairgrieve

Hub Administrator
Jamie joined as Hub Administrator in 2021, to support the full range of activities undertaken at the Hub. His work includes communications (such as designing posters to advertise events), managing bookings and ensuring facilities are set up to meet event needs.

Michele Sinclair

Hub Activator
Michele is the Hub's Health and Wellness Hub Activator with a focus on exploring and implementing new ways of promoting the Hub and reaching out and engaging with socially excluded, isolated members of the local Glenrothes community, with a special emphasis on children, young people and the elderly & vulnerable. Her work should enhance the provision of health and wellness, leisure, social and fitness and fun opportunities for all.

Rose Duncan

Hub Manager
Rose joined as Hub Manager in 2021 and has made significant progress in improving the facilities and range of activities provided - underpinning her work is the need to build a sustainable future for the sports & health hub to provide crucial social, recreational and physical activity initiatives.

Trustees

Chris Baxter

Secretary

Rose Duncan

Hub Manager
Rose joined as Hub Manager in 2021 and has made significant progress in improving the facilities and range of activities provided - underpinning her work is the need to build a sustainable future for the sports & health hub to provide crucial social, recreational and physical activity initiatives.

Fraser Waterson

Vice Chair

Bernadette Colford

Trustee

Greig Hopcroft

Treasurer

Kenny Crichton

Chair Person
Kenny is our Chairman who ensures the smooth functioning of the committee to effectively drive the project towards success. He is also Chairman of Glenrothes Cricket Club as well as Captain of the 1XI Team who are currently competing in the Premier League. He is passionate about cricket and about helping Glenrothes Cricket Club continue to strive for bigger and better things.

Partner Representatives

Ross Taylor

Community Sport Hub Officer (Active Fife)
Ross is the community sport hub officer at Active Fife, with a remit to support the community sport hubs through 5 guiding principles (below). He has a strong passion for sport and the impact it can have on people who take part through, playing, promoting or volunteering. 5 Guiding principles · Growing participation in sport & physical activity · Understanding community need · Developing community leadership · Offering a range of sport & physical activity · Ensuring the right people are working together

Volunteers

Jack Wilson

Lead Volunteer for Community Larder
Jack first volunteered at the Hub as a Young Sports Leader at the "Active Families" summer programme of sport in 2021. His positive attitude and willingness to support a number of community activities led to him taking on the Lead Volunteer role for the Community Larder at the Hub, coordinating the volunteer rota and ensuring the larder has a positive impact on the local community. Outwith the Hub, Jack is a founding member of the Markinch Litter Picker Warriors with the aim to help the local environment and community of Balbirnie Park and Markinch.

Nic Krzyzanowski

Hub Support
Nic (or Cheezy in cricketing circles) is the Head of Junior Cricket at Glenrothes Gladiators and provides voluntary support across a number of activities for the Hub also. As well as providing encouragement, direction and support to young cricketers, Nic is a firm believer in embedding "volunteerism" as a core principle of whole-club thinking and with partnership working through collaborating with other clubs and organisations to improve sporting provisions for all. He also places a very strong focus on governance, through ensuring appropriate structures and frameworks are in place to help manage the clubs activities.