|Professor Basil Jarvis||Chairman of The Friends of Kempley Churches, who sponsored the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) project.|
|Mrs Marjorie Jarvis||Treasurer of The Friends; administrator of the HLF grant|
Tardis Executive Producer.
Co-author of the application to the Heritage Lottery Fund.
HLF Project Manager appointed by the Friends to commission and direct the professional media and design services.
Video and multimedia Director/Producer St. Edward's and St. Mary's virtual tours
Trustee (2009- 2011). Co-author of the HLF application.
|Van Goulding||Born locally, researcher and historian of the non-conformist movement in Kempley and surrounding parishes|
|David Clowes||Undertook Herculean work with the Census and the database. Trustee (2011 - date) special responsibility for Dymock pages|
|Cate Luck||Trustee (2008 -2010) responsible for the 2009 Exhibition. Worked on the school and the Beauchamp Family archives. Chaired Tardis editorial group|
|Penny Ely||Our Archivist who made sure we knew where to look for what. Retired 2008 from Gloucestershire Archives; specialist area medieval to 1800s, tithe maps and landscape history|
|Rev. Michael Bennett||Trustee & Minister for Dymock and Kempley (2009 - 2012). Researched baptisms, marriages and burials, helping us to link people to properties.|
|Wendy & Steve Watts||
1960s aerial photograph research and confirming location of properties today.
Maintain the negatives, and print originals.
|Simon Hanes||Datamanager of the Kempley Tardis website.|
Our mentor at Gloucestershire Archives. Head of Collections
Rachels company Paper Conservation, renovated our 'found' maps and documents, presented for digital scanning at GA, exhibition use, and ultimately safe archiving.
|Tony Prisk||Renovated the Kempley telephone box (iKIOSK). Produced the signboard Kempley Directory of houses and road map. iKiosk Launched at Queens Diamond Jubilee 2/6/2012|
|Kate Baugh & Carolyn Mitchell||fundraising support from GRCC and Forest of Dean District Council|
|Clare Parrack||Provided audio training; BBC radio and Web journalist.|
|Susan Holmes||Curator and Producer of new visitor information displays in St Mary's. 360o photography.|
|Helen Allen||Our primary contact at English Heritage South West Region.|
|Tech. Facility support|
|Banana Art - Steve & Linda Morris; Nick Bone & William Hazleton; Sign Shop Ross - Janice Bridgewater & Clive Brooks. Photo colourist - Tom Russell.|
|Other Contributors included|
|Maggie Bligh, Maggie Brocklehurst, Louise Earll, Fraser Gunn, Margaret McArthur, Brian Mitchell, Janet Trott; and Trustees, Jennifer Hindle, Richard Jones and Rev Pat Phillips. Our apologies to anyone we have forgotten to mention.|
|Voodoochilli Design Ltd||Designed and built the Kempley Tardis website and provided a charity discount. Webmasters of the Kempley Tardis website.|
|360vision.co.uk||Worked closely with English Heritage to provide the 360° Interactive tours for the Churches.|
|www.geoffgwatkinmaps.co.uk||Hand- drawn 1839 Tithe maps by Geoff Gwatkin, historian and cartographer|