Trustees provide the Board with a mix of skills necessary to run the charity, including physiotherapy, marketing, finance and business managment. No member of the Board receives any remuneration for their role.
The Movement Centre is a registered charity (1075549) as well as a limited company (03713213) and the trustees of the charity are also directors of the company.
David Vicary (Chair)
David works within the marketing and communications field and has travelled the world working with national and international brands. He and his family have also experienced, with his son Stanley, the benefits of Targeted Training therapy delivered by The Movement Centre.
Angie Tomley (Vice Chair)
Angie trained as an S.R.N. in London and has since worked at the Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital, and Moreton Hall School. She brings her knowledge and experience of children and young people to The Movement Centre. Angie is a keen golfer and runs Henlle Park Golf Club with her husband.
With a background in the banking and financial services industry and a day job as an Independent Financial Advisor, Liz brings a financial focus to the Trustees. Liz is a keen cyclist who has completed part of the Tour de France route and has carried out challenge events, raising money for The Movement Centre.
Stuart Gillies (Treasurer)
Stuart brings a wealth of business and technical experience to the Trustees. He began his career as Executive Engineer in Post Office Telecommunications and later joined Shell for 27 years managing their Information Technology services, latterly in the Exploration and Production division. Stuart is a keen rower and coaches rowing.
Dave “Fasttoes” Williams
Dave brings to the team first hand experience of disability – he has Cerebral Palsy. He served on the board of Chester FC as their Fundraising Director and also contributes IT knowledge because for almost 30 years he worked at a Blue Chip company as a computer programmer and analyst. Dave communicates using a Tablet PC attached to a toe-operated keyboard hence “Fasttoes”