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Trevor Gardner has been working in the field of community and project development, for over 20 years.

He has a wide range of experience working with; community groups, voluntary sector organisations, charities, church and other faith communities, private companies, statutory agencies and government departments. He has helped set up over 20 major projects and initiatives and has excellent organisational, presentation and communication skills.

He also has a wide range of skills, knowledge and expertise that includes:

• Project Development • Team Building • Facilitation • Event Planning
• Visioning • Partnership Working • Community & Organisational Audits
• Mediation • Project Management • Honest Broker • Feasibility Studies

Trevor has a relaxed, enthusiastic style and a ‘can do’ approach, which encourages engagement and partnership and brings about Innovative Solutions.

Mickel Therapy.

Additionally, Trevor is a trained Mickel Therapist with a small private practice, in which he
helps clients to recover from; ME/CFS, Fibromyalgia, Depression, Anxiety, IBS,
Panic Attacks and other energy conditions. More information can be found about
this aspect of Trevor’s work, by means of the Mickel Therapy website

Naming Elephants.

Trevor is a Director of Naming Elephants. This is a not for profit Community Interest Company, that brings together a wealth of expertise in understanding human experience and development – a practical understanding of what makes people ‘tick’ – based in neuroscience, teaching theory and social psychology. All those involved have a collective passion for sharing their learning and experience more widely, and believe strongly that:

  • All members of a community (e.g. adults, children and young people and service providers) should be key in shaping what is needed to live well
  • ‘Good’, ‘great’ and ‘outstanding’ outcomes should be defined by people in their communities - in terms of what is really wanted, and what it means to them
  • Communities are the richest source of expertise and potential for positive – and lasting – change.

For more information see the Naming Elephants website:

And Finally.

Trevor is a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts and also very involved in his local community as a trustee of Homemaker Southwest and Chairman of Ide Community Shop.


Trevor Gardner Associates works closely with a small group of other consultants. These are trusted and very well known by Trevor, who has complete confidence in their skills and expertise.

It is very beneficial to be able to draw on associates in this way and information and contact details about each of these associates can be found with the links opposite.