Our Board of Trustees are all volunteers. They are recruited with the aim of ensuring that the Board has a broad mix of skills necessary to run the charity.

Being a Trustee at St. Rocco’s

St. Rocco’s couldn’t run without the dedicated help and support of hundreds of volunteers.

Our Board of Trustees are all volunteers. They are recruited with the aim of ensuring that the Board has a broad mix of skills necessary to run the charity.

Their appointment is confirmed by a vote of members at the subsequent AGM and is for three years, with the possibility of being re-elected for two further periods of three years, after which time they stand down.

If you want to find out more about becoming a member of St. Rocco's Hospice, or believe that you have something to offer as a trustee, please contact us.


Our Trustees:

Guy Hindle

Guy Hindle

Chairman

Guy is a born and bred Warringtonian and has lived in the town all of his life. He served in the Cheshire Constabulary for 30 years, mainly as a detective, rising to the rank of Assistant Chief Constable and retired in 2016.. Guy has a BA in business studies, an MSc in organisational strategy and is currently studying for a further MSc in sports psychology.

Ian Currie

Ian Currie

Treasurer

Ian lives in Widnes and is a Chartered Accountant having worked in the insurance industry for over 30 years, running several divisions. He has also had several non-exec roles, including as Pension Scheme Trustee, board member of several industry bodies, and Chair of the Insurance Industry’s safety body, Thatcham Research. Ian was a member of St. Rocco’s Investment Advisory Group prior to becoming a member of the Board.

Dr Catherine Walshe

Dr Catherine Walshe

Dr Catherine Walshe has a background in nursing, and has spent most of her career working in palliative care. Born in Warrington, she now lives in Lymm and has had a varied clinical career primarily in community palliative care, before moving to teaching and research. She is currently Senior Lecturer in Palliative Care in the International Observatory on End of Life Care at Lancaster University. Catherine is active nationally and internationally in the field of palliative care, particularly in her role as Editor in Chief of the research journal 'Palliative Medicine'.

Zac Clements

Zac Clements

Zac is a life long resident of Warrington and a local business man. Zac joined the board of trustees in 2014 after witnessing first-hand the incredible care that the hospice provided to a much loved family member.

Zac runs a retail recruitment company based in Warrington with offices in London, Glasgow and Belfast.  He has a particular passion for Retail and Property and supports the hospice by chairing our Shops board.

Kim Hayton

Kim Hayton

Kim is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and a qualified Life Coach. With over 20 years’ experience in the public, private and charitable sectors she specialises in Employee Relations and Employment Law. Most of Kim's HR experience was gained running her own HR and Training Consultancy providing services to a range of companies.

John Monaghan

John Monaghan

John has been a volunteer at St. Rocco’s for five years, as a driver and being involved in Rocco’s on Your Doorstep. He has lived in Warrington for 43 years and worked for North West Water Authority in a number of senior HR roles during a period of significant change following the privatisation of the water industry and the eventual creation of United Utilities plc. He has been heavily involved in The Prince’s Trust, and is involved in local education as a Director Trustee and Governor.

Lyn Sanchez

Lyn Sanchez

Lyn has recently retired from AstraZeneca having worked within the pharmaceutical industry for 42 years. A qualified genetic engineer, she worked as a research scientist and then, following a change in career she was offered an international role in global procurement negotiating multi-million dollar contracts. Locally Lyn has supported her local community as the secretary at Moore Scouts, school governor of Daresbury School and a Sunday school teacher at Daresbury Church.

Jennifer Roulston-Parry

Jennifer Roulston-Parry

Jennifer completed her Law Degree at the University of Hull where her interest in family law started, and completed her Legal Practice Course at the College of Law in Chester. She is a partner at local law firm FDR. Jennifer is one of the only solicitors locally to also be trained as a mediator and sits on a national panel for Practice Standards in family law.

Andy Mellor

Andy Mellor

Andy is a consultant who has worked in the world of IT for around 30 years. He has his own company and specialises in service and business improvement across large businesses, with a strong background in project and programme management. He has worked in all sorts of industry – government, defence, education, telecommunications, energy, legal – all around the world, and have a wealth of experience gathered over many years in different cultures.

Carole Hugnall

Carole Hugnall

Originally coming from a physiotherapist background Carole has worked as a Director/Chief Operating Officer of community health services and been a member of several NHS Trust Boards for the last 15 years. Currently Director of Clinical Integration with Warrington Together the integrated health and care partnership in Warrington.

Passionate about providing high quality holistic integrated care to the residents of Warrington and in helping the population of Warrington to live happier and healthier lives.

Dr Lemise Saeid

Dr Lemise Saeid

Lemise is an accomplished and energetic doctor with a solid history of achievement in General Practice with over 25 years’ experience in healthcare roles. Currently GP Principle at Fairfield Surgery in Bruche since 2002. She is a motivated leader with strong organisational and prioritisation abilities.

A keen runner belonging to Warrington running club and a champion for St Rocco’s fundraising, walking the Starlight walk for 10 years!

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