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Tony Goldson

Tony was a founder member of the Halesworth Campus Action Group. He is currently Chair of Halesworth Campus. 

Born and educated in Norfolk, Tony has pursued a career in nursing that has taken him around the world. He became a specialist nurse in HIV/aids, genitourinary medicine, drugs and alcohol addiction.

During his career he has worked for the Home Office and Department of Health. He gained a teaching qualification and became a national trainer for many health-related issues.  Tony also managed a second career with the T.A. reaching the rank of major. He is married with two children and enjoys fly fishing and golf.

Joyce Moseley OBE

Joyce moved to Holton in 2013. Having trained as a social worker, a community worker and a social researcher she became a Director of Social Services in the London Borough of Hackney and then the Chief Executive of Catch22, a major charity working with young people.

She has experience of mental health services having served on the Board of a NHS Mental Health Trust and was a founder member of the Youth Justice Board, receiving an OBE for services to youth justice.

She has chaired a number of organisations including the Transition to Adulthood Alliance (www.t2a.org.uk) which researches and promotes change in the approach to young adults caught up in the criminal justice system and the Dartington Service Design Lab (www.dartington.org.uk) which demonstrates, through scientific evidence, how improved outcomes for children and young people can be achieved.

In May 2023 she became the Chair of Halesworth Town Council having been a member for two years and having chaired the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group which successfully produced a neighbourhood plan for the town.

Dr Simon Weeks

Simon was a member of Halesworth Campus Project Group from its beginning in 2010 and joined the Board of trustees in 2012.

Having grown up in Oxfordshire, Simon took BA, MA and PhD degrees at the Universities of Reading, Sussex and Aston in Birmingham. He then pursued a career in local government, gaining experience and skills in research, planning, quality assurance, policy development, capital programmes, organisational development and project management.

He joined Suffolk County Council in 1992, where he worked till 2004.
Simon has lived in Walpole since 1999, with his family and a collection of plants and animals. He is also trustee of The Friends of Walpole Old Chapel and The Rifle Hall Trust.

Dr Annette Abbott

On the board of Halesworth Campus Dr Annette Abbott helps ensure joined-up thinking about the community projects and local health needs for the future. Annette is a long-serving GP partner at Cutlers Hill Surgery and involved in the management of Patrick Stead Hospital and Rayner Green Centre.

Since 1995 she has helped shape and develop health services in the local area, working with different organisations – most recently the clinical commissioning group led by GPs for Great Yarmouth and Waveney. She is a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners and works for the BMA in the Local Medical Committee for Norfolk & Waveney. 

Annette’s earlier career in medicine spanned hospital posts in Norwich, seven years as a community paediatrician in South Norfolk, and general practice in Beccles. Along the way she gained a Diploma in Child Health, and a Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and had three children.

She is committed to providing compassionate holistic care for the community and is keen to ensure that the integrated health services we have on one site are maintained and developed.

David Gallagher

As a former senior manager in local government David has 30 years’ experience of leisure management in the public, private and voluntary sectors, and a wide range of associates and clients. He has worked in operational, project and contract management, and led major work programmes.  

David is still active as an independent consultant and specialises in developing alternative models to operate or improve services, particularly where there is demand for a broader mix or a collaborative approach including health and education elements. 

David is treasurer of the Lowestoft Voluntary Lifeguard Corps and a National Trainer Assessor with the Royal Life Saving Society and is a LA governor at Blundeston School and founder/trustee of the Brian Gallagher Community Football Fund (set up to raise and distribute funds to worthy causes). He has just joined the board of Lowestoft Town Football Club.

He chairs Leisure United, a national charity, operating multiple major football hubs in Sheffield, Liverpool, Sunderland and Newcastle, with a developing portfolio currently in construction or in the planning stages. He is a trustee of the National Football Trust, which has membership that includes the FA, Sport England and the Premier League and key partnership links with the Football Foundation.

Les LeLean

Les LeLean worked in the Marine Offshore Oil Industry from 1975 onwards, first based in Great Yarmouth, then Edinburgh. From 1980 he worked abroad for 25 years including in Egypt, Singapore, Nigeria, Cameroon and Angola. He managed and operated large fleets of offshore supply vessels and tugs and was involved in negotiating and setting up Joint Venture partnerships in Egypt and Angola, and managing a Joint Venture in Nigeria.

Having returned to the UK in 2006, Les started his own consultancy, CSF Marine Consulting Ltd; he now also serves as a director of Quantrill Properties Ltd which owns and manages commercial units in Oulton Broad. 

Les is a keen fly and coarse fisherman. He moved into Spexhall in 2008 and is currently the chair of Spexhall Parish Council.

Kitty Bocking

Kitty grew up in London and attended the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. After beginning a career in PR in London, she moved to Los Angeles where she spent the next 11 years working in product placement.

Upon returning to the UK in 1999, and starting a family, she relocated to Suffolk. She has lived in Holton since 2001 and now works in academic publishing as a picture researcher and copy editor. 

With children having grown up and moved away, she is looking forward to being busy with Halesworth Campus in the coming months and years.