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You can see the questions I am asked and my answers on my Q&A Blog or if you wanted to add pictures or links to your questions, ask me via my Tumbler Ask service.

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I was the Chief Executive of Farnham Castle and consider myself to be an advocate for England’s tourism, heritage & culture; I’ve worked in, with and for, some of the UK’s finest cultural icon’s over the last 20 years; I am fortunate enough to have managed and promoted over 500 destinations and attractions including historic abbeys, castles, stately homes, museums, heritage sites, ancient monuments; World Heritage Sites & areas of outstanding natural beauty, working with world renowned destination and cultural brands such as Shakespeare Country, the Royal Shakespeare Company, Warwick Castle, The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, The Crown Estate, Merlin Entertainments, The National Trust and English Heritage from the Humber to the Thames and from the East Coast to Wales.

I  sit on the Boards of and advise a number of regional and national organisations and I am the mild mannered front man of Relevant Elephant – the finest purveyors of Rock Steady Hip Hop Mambo, I love to ride my mountain bike, I go roller skating, play golf and practices Tai Chi; I live in Farnham and have a house on the Warwickshire/Leicestershire border in the Heart of England with my three daughters, two cats and two chickens (love those fresh eggs) and consider myself to be a modern renaissance man!!


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