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Trustee to ‘step aside’

May 11th 2017

Bevan Foundation Trustee Mark Hooper steps aside from his role during the general election.

In line with the Bevan Foundation’s policy in political independence and neutrality, Mark Hooper has stepped aside from his role as Treasurer and Trustee while he contests Cardiff Central for Plaid Cymru.  Should Mark be elected as MP he will resign his position.

Mark became a Trustee in 2015, is founder of Indycube, a co-operative which provides flexible workspace at over 20 locations in Wales. He is qualified as a Management Accountant, and previously worked in food retail.

 

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