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Our trustees right
Name: Malcolm Green
Trustee Since: April 2008
Brief Description: Born and raised in the north of England, came to Woodbridge in 1992 and now live in Grundisburgh.
Married to Sandra, KS1 Co-ordinator at Kyson Primary School , have 2 sons, Andrew - a grain trader in Peterborough and David, a systems engineer in Manchester .
Worked in banking with TSB for over 25 years. A change in career brought me to Suffolk to work for the Church of England, initially as a fund raiser and latterly as Operations Director. In 2006 left and now run my own bookkeeping business in addition to being Clerk to Melton Council. I am also Chair of Governors at Kyson Primary School.
Interests include football, I am a season ticket holder at Ipswich Town , theatre, walking, playing the organ and attempting to learn to play golf.
Name: Jo Quigley
Trustee Since: September 2008
Brief Description: I grew up in Woodbridge and am now living in Rendlesham after recently marrying. I have worked with Just 42 for 7 years with a Monday night youth group in Woodbridge , which I find very rewarding. I work in a local youth prison as a substance misuse worker with young people age between 15 & 18 years.
Name: Mike Simpson
Trustee Since: June 2010
Brief Description: A founder player and member of Woodbridge Rugby Club, I enjoyed my career as an estate agent/Chartered Surveyor before retiring in 2005 to pursue other interests. I am married to Tessa and live in Woodbridge. We have 3 sons, all of whom live and work in London, with ages varying from 23 to 29.
Anything Else?: I was previously the Project Director for Just42 from October 2006 - June 2010. I also love sailing, having had a mooring at Ramsholt for many years and greatly enjoy hill-walking, although there aren’t many in Suffolk!
Name: Bruce Laws
Brief Description: Chartered Company Secretary by training. Long time local government officer. Now freelance project manager and trainer (specialising in systems, standards and probity)
Anything Else?: Historic transport enthusiast: Steam Railways, Canals and my daughter’s old car! Holiday enthusiast: when I can persuade my wife to do the boring plane journey preliminaries.