Clive Beaumont
Clive has lived in Hampton Hill since 1985.  He is the nominee of St James’s Parish Church where he is a trained Visitor supporting the elderly from the church.  For almost 30 years he has run his own employee communication consultancy – working with large companies, most often in the field of pension communication.  Sport was a big part of his earlier life but now such activity is limited to cycling round Bushy Park!

Mark Boyle
Mark has lived in the borough since 1995 & was a Councillor for Fulwell & Hampton Hill from 2014 to 2018. With a background in the technology sector he has worked for large corporates & small start ups as well as running his own business. Married with two sons Mark is a sports fan & occasional parkrunner.

Dr Jim Brockbank
Jim has lived in Hampton Hill since 1989 when he became a partner at the Park Road Surgery Teddington.  Additionally he has had lead roles in mental health and in palliative care in the locality.  He retired in 2014.   He has an interest in disability; and enjoys France, cycling and family life.

Martin Duffy
Martin has lived in the area since 1985 and became a Trustee in July 2015.  After completing a Doctorate in mathematics at Oxford University he began his career at Shell but subsequently moved into investment management, holding senior roles at Barings, GMO and Claremont, an award winning hedge fund manager that he founded.  Martin currently serves as an investment advisor to an independent regional stockbroking firm, chairman of a small behavioural economics consultancy and as a Trustee of several other local charities. 

Hilary Hart
Hilary is a retired Secondary School teacher. She has a keen interest in education having served as a Parent Governor in two local schools. She has lived in Hampton since 1973 as well as being brought up there and is an active member of St Mary's Church, Hampton.

Ben Lovell
Ben has been Vicar of St Mary’s Hampton since June 2017.  Before moving to Hampton he lived in Harrow where he was a youth worker and curate. He is married to Cara, who is currently training for ordination, and they have two children, Emily and Zoe, who keep them on their toes. Ben loves cooking, playing golf badly and reading.

David Meggitt
David spent most of his working life at PwC, where he was a management consultant and, latterly, the UK firm’s Finance Director.  He has lived in the borough since 1973 (in Hampton Hill since 1987) and is married to Carolyn.  They have two sons and a daughter and three grand-daughters.  Now retired, David is a trustee, and treasurer, of The Mulberry Centre.  He enjoys hiking and photography (often together), writing and sport.

Richard Montgomery (Chairman)
Richard works for Shell where he has been for over 25 years in a variety of roles/countries, mostly negotiating large contracts and currently in Shell's property arm. He is an active member of St Stephen’s church in Twickenham, is a keen cyclist and has three sons.

Victoria Reid
Victoria has had a career in social housing management, most recently as Director of the Wilberforce Housing Association.  She has lived in Hampton Hill since 1989 and volunteers locally for several charities including Home Start and the Cinnamon Trust.  She enjoys cycling, dog walking and working on her allotment.

Martin Seymour
Deep in the mists of time Martin was a nightclub manager for EMI and then Trust House Forte.  Then he came to his senses and embarked on a long and successful computing career.  For over half of that time Martin was Head of I.T. and later CIO for multinational companies; winning international prizes for his work.  He personally oversaw budgets of several million and sat on group buying committees with budgets of hundreds of millions.  Now retired Martin has lived in Hampton Hill for 27 years, has been married to Christine for 30 years and has one son, Anthony, now 21. 

Derek Terrington
Derek has lived in Hampton since 1998 and became a Trustee (nominated by the London Borough of Richmond) in October 2013.  He has a City background, having held Directorships in the equity divisions of investment institutions such as UBS, Commerzbank and Dresdner Securities.   He is currently a consultant with an independent research start-up.

Paula Williams
Paula is the nominee of All Saints’ Church Hampton, where she is also currently the churchwarden. She is a retired civil servant, having spent her whole career in the Ministry of Defence working in a variety of roles and specialising most recently in personnel issues. She is married with three grown up sons.


Our Charity currently has eleven Trustees but the Board can consist of up to 12 Trustees:

  • The permanent ex-officio Trustee is the serving Vicar of St Mary's Hampton.
  • Three Trustees are nominated by the Parish Church Councils of All Saints, St James's and St Mary's – all in Hampton.
  • Three are nominated by the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
  • The remaining Trustees are co-opted from the local community on the basis of the skills and experience required by the Charity.

Each appointment is made for a term of five years, and this can be extended for a second term. It is expected that Trustees will live or work in the area of benefit.