Trustees & Officers




Julian Vayne: Chair
Julian is a British occultist, author and permaculture practitioner. He is a museum professional specialising in educational outreach and IT focused project management. He lives in Devon and has two children.
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Judith Noble: Secretary
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Emma Chopping: Membership Secretary
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Mark Norman: Treasurer

Mark is a folklore researcher and writer who lives in West Devon, on the edge of Dartmoor with his wife Tracey (also a Museum friend) and daughter. His areas of special interest are in Devon folklore and paranormal events, and in Black Dog folklore. He has been working on the latter since the late 1990s and has one of the country's largest archives of Black Dog sightings and accounts. His book on Black Dog folklore is being published in 2015. He is happy to receive further information on his areas of interest from anyone who will talk to him!
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Nick Miller: Vice Chair
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Jason Karl
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Jane Cox
Jane is a publisher of occult and antiquarian books, a photographer and an amateur folk musician active in the seasonal folk and guise traditions of Penzance.
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Gemma Gary
Gemma is an occultist, illustrator and a writer on the subjects of witchcraft and folk-magic, with a particular focus upon these traditions in Devon and Cornwall.
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Steve Patterson
Steve is a writer, folklorist, wood-carver and agricultural labourer. He lives and works with his dog in an old quarry in West Cornwall.
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