Meet the Trustees
The Trust in Enfield could not be what it is today without the commitment and dedication of our Trustees, many whom have been with us for years. All of them bring the necessary skills and background to guide and safeguard this wonderful legacy for the benefit of residents and business in the Ancient Parish of Enfield.
Neil Patrick Thompson
Market | Finance | Development | Events
Neil spent the bulk of his career in the travel industry, with a number of senior operational and marketing roles. Latterly, he became one of the UK’s leading Sales and Operational planning experts, working on projects in the UK, across the EU and in Asia. A long-term Enfield resident, Neil now sits on our Market Committee.
Rex has lived in Enfield since 1988. He has been a member of the PCC of St Andrew’s church for many years and a Governor for 26 years at St Andrew’s primary school, (Chair for 5 years). As a Non-Executive Director of the PCT 2001-7 he became very aware of the inequalities in the health funding formulae for Enfield, which continue. He hopes to be able to help to mitigate some of the issues that emanate from this, especially in areas of deprivation within the ancient parish.
Personal Grants | HR
Anne has lived in Enfield all her life, apart from a very brief spell in Hertfordshire. She qualified as a Solicitor in 1979, set up her own practice in 1999 and was appointed Legal Adviser to the Local Government Ombudsman until she retired in 2014. Anne enjoys being involved in voluntary work in the Borough.
Finance | Personal Grants
Michael has lived in Enfield all his life, was educated at St Andrews Primary School and Bishop Stopford`s C of E Secondary School prior to a degree from the University of Wales and a career in teaching. He is passionate about Enfield Town, attends St Andrew`s Church and has been a member of Enfield Council (Town Ward) since 1994.
I am a chartered accountant and retired as a partner in a West End firm of accountants in 2012. I am still employed by them as a consultant. I am a trustee of a number of charitable and family trusts. I hope that the experience that I have gained over the years in general practice will help the Old Enfield Charitable Trust.
I have lived most of my life in Enfield and was educated at Firs Farm Primary, Edmonton Higher Grade and Latymer Schools.
With its excellent transport links into London, with the number of parks and green spaces in it and its proximity to the countryside, Enfield is an excellent place to live.