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Christine Wynne -  

"My career path first led me in 1964 into a profession as a medic within the NHS which occupied my time for over 16 years.  Following an absence whilst bringing up my family, then a career change into Business Administration and Management occurred, when I obtained an MBA and subsequently a DBA degree.

Over the following years I was CEO of a Consultancy with global clients.  Additionally I was a Director and Company Secretary of several Travel Retail companies.

Since early retirement I have served as a trustee of two registered charities, and subsequently the Founder/Chair of Trustees of an animal welfare registered charity from which I resigned earlier in 2018 but am retained as a Consultant.

I am a widow; have one son and four grandchildren ranging in age from 6 months to 12 years.

My interests include:  My five beagles, following Tennis, Formula 1 motor racing, and reading."


John Parker is a  graduate of Trinity College, Cambridge also with an MBA from City University (now Cass) Business School.  Served 30 years with the Metropolitan Police retiring at the rank of Detective Chief Inspector before working as an advisor to the FCO.  Recently retired after 5 years as the Chief Executive for the Dorset Association of Parish and Town Councils (DAPTC).  Now serving on the County Executive Committee of DAPTC and a committee of the National Association of Local Councils.

Married with two children and five grandchildren.  Interests include rowing (holds an ARA coaching qualification), cricket (member of Stour Provost Cricket Club) and gardening.

John Parker 






















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