JACQUI ENGLAND – Chair of Trustees
I am a local professional business woman I have been a lifelong resident in Lymington and the third generation in our family to support the Lymington New Forest Hospital. I have been a trustee since 1997 and I am an Independent Councillor. I have served on Lymington and Pennington Town Council as Mayor.
I am a member of the Royal Lymington Yacht Club, a founder member of the Lymington Arts Festival and a founder member of Friends of Lymington Seawater baths.
LANCE PARKER – Company Secretary
I moved to Milford on Sea in 2012 following my retirement as a solicitor and partner in a firm in Newbury Berkshire. I am married to Jackie and we have two grown-up children. My other interests include golf and I am a trustee of a local food bank.
DAVID SAYERS – Treasurer
I moved to Lymington in 2009 taking early retirement. I worked in IT for Insurance Companies specializing in Finance Systems. I have also worked in Local Government. I am currently a member of Lymington Rotary and Lymington Probus. I am also a volunteer for Lymington Sailability and do volunteer gardening at Exbury Gardens. My other interests include Family History.
IAN HYND – Volunteer Services Manager
I worked in Personal and Corporate Finance for thirty three years working for both clearing and merchant banking groups gaining administration, financial, operational and personnel experience. For the last seven years I have owned and run the Post office and Newsagents at Barton on Sea with Lynda my wife. I have four children and one grandson. In my spare time I enjoy family life, walking, gardening and supporting the Saints!
I was appointed Volunteer Service Manager in October 2014.
I practised as an Orthopaedic surgeon for 25 years at Southampton General & Lymington New Forest Hospital. I have been a Trustee for 14 years and a past chairman of the League of Friends.
After Wallasey Grammar School; Cambridge, Guy’s Hospital and three years in the RAF I came to Lymington in 1963. I was a GP at Chawton House until I retired finally in 2004. I have always taken a great interest in and supported our hospital since the days when GPs had beds in the old ‘cottage’ hospital. Children and grandchildren have continued the family tradition of medicine.
After training at Cambridge and St Thomas’ Hospital, qualifying in 1958. I was one of the last National Servicemen in the RAMC for two years, as an anaesthetist, spending half of it in the British Cameroons in West Africa.
I joined the Wistaria practice in 1962, when GPs had 8 beds in the old Lymington Hospital. We lived in the Southampton Road opposite. We have three children and eight grandchildren. I retired fully from medicine in 2008 and have been a Trustee since 2003.
30 years with Marks and Spencer covering virtually every aspect of Retail from Store Management to Merchandising to Stock Control to Logistics to Computer Systems to Administration in the UK and Europe.
Raised in a village in South Yorkshire , I took a keen interest in gardening from a very early age with much encouragement from my grandfather (a miner) who was very enthusiastic about his allotment. Following a degree in horticulture, and a very enjoyable time, at Reading University, I drifted into a job as a basic nursery worker at Hilliers near Romsey where I found a great and lasting interest in growing ornamental trees and shrubs. Opportunities arose for me over the following years in this receptive and flexible family company, where I ultimately held the post of Divisional Director. Following retirement in 2009, my wife and I saw travel as a priority for leisure and learning. We now spend much of the winter in tropical developing countries, combining city living with “out in the sticks” experiences, moving from place to place by public transport, often to the bemusement of the locals. I have 2 children and 3 stepchildren, all grown up.My interests are travel, cooking, walking and gardening.
After qualifying from Imperial College in London I worked in the midlands as a junior doctor before settling in the Wessex region to train as a Radiologist. I trained briefly at the old Lymington Hospital and was appointed as a Consultant Radiologist at the new Lymington Hospital in 2012. Thanks to the state of the art equipment provided by The League of Friends, my colleagues and I are able to provide our patients with a comprehensive range of diagnostic services.