Sharon has been involved with the Village Hall and Recreation Ground in some capacity since her adult daughter was small. As a lecturer in business, Sharon uses these skills with her past experience working in banking as the charity’s treasurer.
Parish Council Representative
A local farmer, business owner and a Parish Councillor, Andrew brings his experience and knowledge of building and planning large scale projects to help drive the Stowey Centre Project to fruition.
As a lawyer, Simon was responsible for undertaking the arduous task of registering the charity. With a busy family life, which sees his three boys all playing football, Simon is keen to see high-quality facilities for all to use for recreational purposes.
As a busy mum of two children, local swim school owner and an active member of the community, Eleanor brings her networking skills to the charity.
Village Hall/ Recreation Ground Committee Representative
Jane born and raised in the village currently sits on both the village hall and recreation ground committees ensuring the day to day running of the committees and the aims of the charity are aligned.
Moving to the area a few years ago with his wife and two boys, Mark, the Director of Strategy and Transformation at NHS England brings his experience of leading large scale operations. His astute business sense and ability to cut through minutia helps the charity to remain focused on meeting the needs of the community.
Mark has been involved with the new Stowey Centre project since the end of 2014. As a project management professional, he brings his knowledge and experience to the project and the charity.
Grant Funding Committee
Village Hall Committee
Recreation Ground Committee
Stowey Green Spaces Group Committee
Stowey Centre Project Committee
Stowey Centre Project
The Nether Stowey Village Hall and Recreation Ground CIO are working on an exciting new project to build a new multi-purpose centre on the recreation ground over the next two years.
For more information see our Stowey Centre Project