Registered Charity No: 1096242

9 Salmon Mews, West Cottages, London NW6 1RH




The Trustee of Friends of Tafo are:

Chair/Founder - Humphrey Barclay,
Secretary - Georgina Owen
Treasurer - Benjamin Ntim
TrusteeRobert Taylor

Other Committee Members 2001-2014 - Colena Abbosh, Ian Aryeh-Thompson, Elizabeth Chatterjee (Founding Trustee), Peggy Rose Cradduck, Jessica Dallyn, Daisy East (Founding Trustee), Crispin Leyser (Founding Trustee), Michael Mensah, John Ofori, Adipat Virdi, Dr Tristram Wyatt



Humphrey Barclay, Chair

Humphrey is a British TV comedy producer responsible for popular and innovative sitcoms for almost 50 years including Doctor In The House, A Fine Romance, Agony, and Desmond’s. Born in Dorking in 1941, he is heir to 950 years of Scottish landowner history as Chief of the House of Mathers and Urie, a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Fishmongers, and Freeman of the City of London; and in 2013 he was awarded the British Empire Medal for his work in Kwahu Tafo, Ghana, where as Nana Kwadwo Ameyaw Gyearbuor Yiadom I he held the position of Development Chief from 2001-2015.

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Benjamin Ntim, Treasurer

Benjamin is a Kwahuman from the distinguished ambassadorial Ntim family in Abetifi. He is a qualified accountant with an MSc in Business Economics. Formerly the senior accountant at HMV Card Services Ltd., and an oil trader with Elan Oil Ltd., he is CEO of Taurus Investments Ltd, an independent international oil trading, shipping and investment company. He is married with two daughters and lives in Accra and London.

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Georgina Owen, Secretary

Georgina is a management consultant, specialising in adult social care and the integration of health and social care.  She is currently working freelance and has previously worked with Finnamore, iMPOWER, Serco and Accenture. She is also Treasurer of a not-for-profit organisation with a turnover of around £100,000.

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Robert Taylor, Trustee.

Robert is a portrait photographer. He has work in the collections of the National Portrait Gallery the V&A and the Royal Society, as well as multiple publications. He served in the RAF, and is a trained as a barrister. Robert has also worked for many years in publishing, including working in educational publishing in Nigeria. He has served on multiple charity committees covering HIV, dance, visual arts and rehabilitating prisoners. /

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