ABOUT

This is a site of Savaric Whiting Ltd web site - Savaric.com

And the pricipal Director - Barry Taylor

On this page we look at look at the background of the company

on the other pages we look at:

Name - the meaning behind our name

Plan - the plan for the site, as a member of a group of sites

Contact - how to get intouch with us

Biography

Origins - the recent actions that have prompted these sites

Inspiration - some of the people who have inspired us

Objects - the Objectives of our company

My Work - the work that I do

Information - on Projects we work with

Projects

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The company’s origins are in Crabtree Taylor International Limited - a company set up as a consultant company in 1970. This company is still trading, but Savaric Whiting has been set up as a separate company specialising in working with ‘Spiritually Inspired’ community projects and individuals.

Many people have been involved with the work of this company, but the principal is:

Barry Taylor 

Lives in Glastonbury.  Has an MA in Engineering from Oxford University and has been a Relate Counsellor.

Spent 17 years in the City of London as Director and Managing Director of an Export Finance House, and since then has been a self-employed management consultant and company director. 

Has been involved in all aspects of starting and running small and medium sized companies and charities

Has been the co-founder, chair, treasurer or trustee of many charities and not-for-profit companies including: 

  • London Marriage Guidance Council
  • Wessex Counselling Services 
  • Glastonbury Trust,
  • Isle of Avalon Foundation,
  • Library of Avalon,
  • Chalice Well Trust.
  • Pilgrim Reception Centre
  • Glaston Centre Ltd.

Has published two books:

A Pilgrim in Glastonbury – 2010 Abbey Press – ISBN 0-9533203-6-7

Experience of being 'Called to Glastonbury' and working with projects in this town.

Creating Spiritually Inspired Projects – 2015 - New Generation Publishing ISBN 978-1-78507-208-6 -

E-book available on Amazon.uk.com

An outline of what is involved in ‘being inspired’, and setting up and establishing a project 

Both these books are available from Glaston Centre Limited