Cheryl Curtis (Chair)
Cheryl has lived in Wells since 1997. She became a trustee of Wells United Charities upon her appointment as Headteacher at Alderman Peel High School in Wells. This was in 2001. After leaving Alderman Peel, to run her own business, she has been very happy to remain as a trustee believing that Wells United Charities makes a valuable contribution within Wells and that local people really benefit from what it has to offer. Since becoming Chair she has actively promoted fund raising in order to significantly add to the limited annual sums raised through land and investments held by the charity. This has enabled Wells United Charities to better support local people with worthwhile sums appropriate to our modern age.
Jean Terrington (Treasurer)
Jean has lived in North Norfolk since 1979 and Wells-next-the-Sea since 1983. She owned her own business providing book keeping and administrative services within a 20 mile radius of Wells and she now uses these skills to help many local charities, including 9 years as Treasurer of Wells Lifeboat. She has a wide range of fundraising experience and was very heavily involved in helping to raise £250k towards the new Wells Shannon Lifeboat. She has also been Secretary and Commodore of Wells Sailing Club, Treasurer and Chairman of Wells Town Tennis Club. Currently she is also a Trustee and Treasurer of Wells & District League of Friends and Treasurer of St. Nicholas Church - Wells Parochial Church Council.
Alastair Ogle (Data Protection Officer)
Alastair has worked in Norfolk since 1996 and has been the Principal of Alderman Peel High School since September 2010. During this time attainment has risen year on year and the number of pupils on roll has risen from 304 to over 500. He has been a trustee since October 2008.
Gwen Woodhouse (Clerk)
Formerly the PA to Surveyor & Public Health Inspector (Wells UDC) and secretary to Manager LLoyds Bank. Administration Assistant at Insurance Brokers and finally Admin Assistant at Wells Harbour Office.
Jean has worked in education for almost forty years and now utilises all her skills to support our local community holding a variety of roles.
Since retirement she enjoys travelling. She is a volunteer at Wells Coastwatch and a volunteer sewer for the charity Cherished Gowns for Angel Babies. She is an active Trustee always looking to develop her creative ideas for fundraising.
Born on the family farm in Wells, which he took up the tenancy for in the 1970s, Rodney has supported the community in a multitude of different ways. He was a keen sailor and was elected at one point as Wells Sailing Club Commodore. Rodney has been Vice-Chair of Wells Town Council.