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Seeking a New Chair

Surrey Hills Arts are seeking a new independent chair.

We are seeking someone with a knowledge and passion for arts and landscape. Someone who can see the benefit and potential of responding to and engaging communities with art and nature. 

The Chair of Surrey Hills Arts is a key role in the leadership of the Partnership Board ensuring we maintain our strong vision and fulfil our objectives. The role will be a critical friend by offering support, challenge and encouragement in addition to clear communication and facilitation within board meetings. 

Commitment: Four board meetings plus preparation per year; representation would also be required at occasional key meetings of the Surrey Hills National Landscape and Surrey Hills Arts events. It is envisaged that the overall role would take up to half a day per week.  Renumeration for travel expenses will be available. 

We would particularly welcome applications from all under-represented groups.

Application is by letter and C.V. sent to  

For more information or an informal chat please email   

Download the role profile

Deadline for applications: 10th January 2024

Interviews: w/c 15th January 2024


Surrey Hills Arts is a partnership between Surrey Arts (Surrey County Council) and the Surrey Hills National Landscape. Formed in 2015, it delivers a programme of arts across the protected landscape and beyond.
Surrey Arts

Surrey Hills National Landscape


Surrey is a place where everyone has the opportunity to connect with the outstanding landscape through high quality, inclusive arts experiences.


We connect people to the Surrey Hills National Landscape through an imaginative arts programme, meaningful engagement and developing our creative community.


Quality – of arts delivery, meaningful engagement and impactful outcomes.

Innovation – nurturing the experimentation, growth and development of artists.

Environmental – in our approach to our projects and the places where we work.

Inclusive – in collaborating with artists, partners and communities.