John Katsouris

John is a financial adviser and runs his company in Weston-super-Mare, he has been a trustee for 7 years and is passionate and committed to his role as trustee. Married…
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John Bangham

John took early retirement having spent 34 years with one of the large international accounting and business advisory firms. During his time with the firm John gained wide experience including…
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Dr John Dixon

John has been a resident of Weston–super-Mare since 1987 when he was appointed to a post as a consultant anaesthetist at Weston General Hospital. He was a founding member of…
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Leslie Millar

Leslie is a Chartered Management Accountant with significant experience of both influencing and resolving complex financial challenges within the Public Sector, mainly in the Ministry of Defence. I am very…
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Dr Peter Smith

I grew up in Kent in the 1950’s after returning from the Far East at the age of two. I was state educated in an old fashioned grammar school and…
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Simon Price

Simon is a chartered surveyor and is the head of agency/development and a partner at Alder King Property Consultants, where he has worked since 1988. Simon was born in Clevedon…
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Liz Turner

Liz has been a trustee since 2017. Prior to this, she served as the hospice’s chief executive. Liz spent 27 years at KPMG in the corporate restructuring department. During her…
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Michelle Michael MBE

Michelle is a qualified commercial lawyer and has been a director of the Grand Pier in Weston-super-Mare since 2008. Currently an executive member of the board of Visit Somerset, Michelle…
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Hilary Emery

Hilary worked for the NHS for 42 years, having started her nurse training at Kings College Hospital in 1963. Most of her career was in the community as a health…
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John Davey — Deputy Chair of Trustees

John is a former Director of Finance at Bristol Water, with extensive experience in a wide variety of organisations. He originally trained to be a research scientist, but that was…
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