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New Chief Officer

Boothferry Road Community Project, the charity which runs The Courtyard, is pleased to announce the appointment of Bobbie MacInnes as the new Chief Officer.

Bobbie has worked as the Finance and Administrative Officer for the last year so is fully aware of the opportunities and also the challenges that the Project faces. She starts with immediate effect.

The Trustees are delighted with this appointment from a strong field of applicants and having directly experienced Bobbie’s work over the last three months are confident of a successful future.

Following her appointment, Bobbie MacInnes said, “I am delighted to be leading this organisation as it moves towards to its 21st birthday. I am fully aware of the high regard in which it is held and I look forward to ensuring its future is equally successful”.

Tracy Wharvell, the Chair of the Trustee Board, added, “The Trustees are aware that we need to modernise how we do things to improve our services.  We are all looking forward to working with Bobbie as we move into an exciting new phase”.



Situated in the centre of Goole, The Courtyard offers a range of services and facilities to meet the needs of business and the community. From business meetings, training and conferences to community and family events we can cater for a wide range of occasions individually designed to meet your specific requirements.

Whatever your occasion we can cater for you from teas, coffees and cold drinks to home-made finger buffets or freshly prepared three-course meals and banquets. Special dietary requirements can also be catered for.

The Courtyard prides itself on the quality and variety of catering and has been awarded the Heartbeat Award for the provision of healthier food choices and good standards of hygiene.