Rebecca Moore – Director

I come from a background in social impact and the arts, and believe firmly in the power of art and creativity to make life better for everyone.

I’ve previously; looked after programming and partnerships for the Arts Marketing Association, created a volunteer and enterprise network across Oxfordshire to inspire young people, worked as a fintech consultant in San Francisco, and helped to develop social entrepreneurs at the Skoll Centre, University of Oxford.

When not Directing at Freshly Greated, I can be found painting and definitely not cleaning.

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Sam Jinks – Programme Manager

Sam is Freshly Greated’s Programme Manager. His job connects the art and artists to the communities and neighbourhoods we serve, ensuring the programme meets its ethos of producing outstanding community-led events, workshops and experiences.
Sam’s background is in museums and he is passionate about using the arts to celebrate and tell people’s stories. He did this proudly for a number of years as Learning Officer at the Time & Tide Museum in Great Yarmouth, wherein he developed a hugely successful education programme dedicated to bringing the town’s unique history to life for young learners via storytelling and drama.
Sam went away for two years to become the Formal Learning Manager of the Royal Armouries national museums, creating exciting programmes for thousands of learners across the country.
Freshly Greated brought Sam home.
Sam is usually recognisable at our events as the loud, smiley man with a bald head. People often take him for a confident extrovert but it’s just his passion shining through; he’s actually a rather shy introvert… Or so he tells us.








Hannah Shelley – Programme Assistant

Hannah comes from a background in Community Development and is interested in the role of the Arts in building strong and resilient communities.

Previously she worked as a Community Development Worker supporting grassroots organisations in Great Yarmouth.

Whilst studying Illustration at Norwich University of the Arts she based her practice around the social impact of the arts running workshops and exhibitions locally.











Voluntary Norfolk (lead partner) 

Voluntary Norfolk is dedicated to improving the lives of people and communities in Norfolk. Voluntary Norfolk promotes, supports and develops volunteering and the work of voluntary organisations.



SeaChange Arts

Great Yarmouth based but collaborating internationally, SeaChange are an independent arts development charity.  We are dedicated to delivering outstanding opportunities for artists and communities through supporting hosting and delivering circus and street arts projects and events.



Creative Collisions

Creative Collisions involves young people in decision making and co production of events via a youth led steering group. We connect young people with their heritage by working closely with Great Yarmouth Museums and wider networks, regionally and nationally.

Through our projects young people get to work along side professional artists and gain training & enterprise skills.


Great Yarmouth Borough Council   


Jays UK 

A family owned and run business, owning major venues and attractions around the Great Yarmouth area, including the Hippodrome Circus (famous as Britian’s only surviving total circus building) dating back to the early 1900s.



Freshly Greated is an Arts Council England funded Creative People and Places.