Morwenna Fuge is a public relations professional. She brings a wealth of experience in advocacy and communications strategy, grant making and stakeholder management. She has a love of culture, in its widest sense from the natural to the built environment, from the past to the present. She is interested in the heritage we conserve, and the innovative and creative methods we develop to interpret our shared past, and how that is relevant to contemporary communities.
South East Cornwall is Morwenna’s birthplace and the Rame peninsula has been close to her, throughout her life, whether that’s camping at Maker or taking a dip in Cawsand Bay! Morwenna will bring her skills in public and stakeholder relations, decision and grant making, risk analysis and mitigation, and love of culture and creativity to the Trust, to help see Rame Conservation Trust fulfil its charitable objectives and to help realise the Trust’s future vision.