Meet the Board
Mr Jeremy Lodwick
Jeremy served as a trustee from 2007 to 2011 and re-joined the Board in 2015. He had a 30 year career in the City as a fund manager and director of a number of leading asset management firms including Morgan Stanley, Framlington Group and Mirabaud Asset Management. He is chairman of the Tetbury Branch of CPRE (Campaign to Protect Rural England) and is a trustee and Deputy Chairman of New Brewery Arts Centre in Cirencester. He has lived in and around Tetbury since 1994.
Mrs Zena Dalton
Zena joined the Board in February 2014, having worked in the Health Service for over 25 years she brought a wealth of experience with her. The principal function of the Chief Executive is to give strategic direction and leadership to the organisation. Zena is passionate about delivering safe, effective, responsive and caring services, always seeking out new opportunities to invest and develop services that our local communities and patients value and that our staff are proud to deliver.
Mr Michael Rigby
Mike joined the Board in July 2014 as our first ever Medical Director. He qualified from the Royal Free Hospital, London and undertook surgical training at University College London. After specialist training and a fellowship in Hip Surgery in the world renowned Exeter Hip unit, he was appointed as Consultant in the Great Western Hospital Swindon. He is involved in teaching hip surgery nationally and internationally, is involved with ‘beyond compliance’ – a national group controlling introduction of new hip prosthesis. He has a healthy interest in classic car restoration and motorbikes.
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Dr Tony Walsh
Dr Walsh is now retired having worked for 40 years as a GP in Tetbury, he also ran the clinical side of the then Primary Care Trust as PEC Chair for 3 years. He is currently a member of Tetbury Town Council, and a member of the Thirteen of Tetbury. He also finds time to be a governor at the local primary school. He was closely involved with the original setting up of Tetbury Hospital Trust.
Mr Tony Pooley
An engineer from Cambridge, Tony initially worked as a Transportation Planning consultant and then joined Shell from where he retired in 2003, having worked in most of its 'downstream' businesses. He then consulted for several years, during which time he became a Trustee of Enham Trust, a charity for disabled near Andover. Tony became a Trustee of Tetbury Hospital Trust in July 2015.
Kathy joined as a Trustee in early 2016. Having started her career in banking, she moved across to HR, holding senior roles at both Lloyds Banking Group and Vodafone. Kathy then spent 6 years at Dyson where she led the HR team globally. A Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development, Kathy is currently Group HR Director of Rotork plc.
Mr Richard Turnor
Richard joined the board in 2018. He is a solicitor and was a partner at City firm Allen & Overy LLP from 1985 to 2009, when he and others formed Maurice Turnor Gardner LLP, an independent practice where he remains a partner. He was a non-executive director of The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust from 2009 to 2017 inclusive, and remains a trustee of The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity. His family have been patients of Phoenix Tetbury Surgery, and occasional patients of Tetbury Hospital, for at least 75 years.
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Ann joined the Board in 2019. For the past four years Ann has been working as a self-employed charity finance and governance consultant. Prior to this Ann was the Director of Finance at Dorothy House Hospice and has experience working for a number of different charities. Ann qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2004 whilst working in Corporate Finance with Deloitte and then worked as an Assistant Director at in the Infrastructure Finance Team at Ernst & Young. Ann is also a yoga teacher and massage therapist and owned and managed her own yoga studio in Marlborough for six years. Ann has a young family and lives in Tetbury.