A group of around 20 people, with a great deal of support from the wider community, have formed the core group that have brought the project to this stage. Our current management committee consists of 8 Great Bromley and Ardleigh residents. At each AGM a new committee is formed, where the shareholders will be able to volunteer to be on the committee for the next year. We also have a Marketing Group consisting of 8 volunteers who meet once a month to plan events and promote advertising.
Owen Blowers - Chairman
Owen has lived in Great Bromley for 11 years and is a member of the Parish Council. He is a tax professional specialising in Employment Tax for UK and expatriate employees. He runs his own tax consultancy and is currently working for a major utility company. In the past, he has worked for HM Revenue & Customs, Barclays Bank, Diageo (the global alcoholic drinks company), Chubb Fire & Security and Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Adrian Randall - Secretary
Steve Roberts - Treasurer
Grant Hibbert - Deputy Chairman and Operations
Bryn Jones – Operations
Bryn has lived in great Bromley for 33 years and has been a professional within the construction industry since graduating in 1981. He has a wide experience in management and design and currently is working as a consultant in this field. He was an active member of the Lions for some years and has been involved in a number of fundraising efforts in the village.
Jayne Bates - Deputy Secretary
Jayne has lived in Great Bromley since 1990. Until recently was volunteering as part of the Village Hall management committee. She has been employed at the University of Essex for many years, working in the Computer Science and Electronic Engineering department, supporting the delivery of teaching and research. Jayne is now working part-time and is enjoying helping out in the pub and working with the Committee.
Christine Barrett -
Christine has lived in Little Bromley for seven years. She has been involved on the Marketing Team for the past two years. She worked for a leading law firm in London and headed their Communication Department and helped develop their website. Christine retired 5 years ago and is looking forward to working with the Committee.