Paul Gibson

Paul Gibson

Paul Gibson is a member of Littlehampton Quaker Meeting and very active in the Quaker movement nationally. His other passion is social enterprise which transforms communities. He has been treasurer of the Development Trusts Association (DTA) for ten years, working with 500 development trust members.


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