Marc Folgate – Chairman

Marc is a Solicitor Director of Scrivenger Seabrook Solicitors in St Neots which is a niche medical and injury litigation practice. He qualified in 1992 and heads the Personal Injury Practice of the firm which represents claimants.


Melvyn Hill – Treasurer

Melvyn retired after a 44 year career in accounting and management in the retail industry, culminating in 7 years as a Chief Executive.


Ron Douglas – Secretary

Ron is a qualified Chartered Secretary with 37 years experience in finance and senior management in the retail industry.


Jamie Fairfoul

Jamie trained and worked in research at the Christie Hospital in Manchester from 2000 to 2003, before moving to St Thomas’ Hospital then Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge. At Addenbrooke’s he worked to set up the prostate brachytherapy service, and was one of the team that implemented the first NHS Tomotherapy unit. He moved to Peterborough City Hospital in 2011 as part of the team setting up the new department, before becoming the Head of Radiotherapy Physics there in 2015. Jamie’s interests include advanced treatment planning, verification and image guided radiotherapy.


Paddy Appleton

Paddy is a Partner and leads the Probate team at Hunt & Coombs Solicitors. He also specialises in tax planning and has considerable expertise in helping clients plan for the future. Paddy gained an LLB at Leeds University before attending Chester College of Law. He qualified as a solicitor in 1985. Paddy is a member of Solicitors for the Elderly, the Law Society Probate section and is an Associate Member of the Institute of Legacy Management. He is also a past President of the Peterborough and District Law Society.


Kay Robinson

Following a blue chip career in FMCG, working in various commercial roles before transferring to change management and finally working as VP Leadership Development in the Global HR department, Kay now works independently as a Business Consultant and Coach. A qualified Management Accountant with an MSc in Organizational Behaviour.