Our People

Our Committee

David Morley

Chairman

David moved to Sandbanks with his wife Sue in 2014 after a legal career in the City. He now pursues an independent business career and enjoys cycling, swimming, sailing and dog walking. He was elected Chairman of SCG in May 2018.

E:david.morley@sandbankscg.com

Alison Sepping

Treasurer

Alison has lived on Sandbanks for 34 years with her husband Paul and their two children have grown up here. Retired from a Specialist Medical career at Poole Hospital, she enjoys music and travel and is an active supporter of our Sandbanks Community. She was appointed Treasurer of SCG in May 2018 (having served as treasurer of the former Sandbanks Association).
E:alison.sepping@sandbankscg.com

Jennie Paterson

Secretary

Jennie moved to Sandbanks in 2015, with her husband John and their boxer Moose. Retired apart from a few Board appointments and chairing a local charity, Footprints, Jennie loves making the most of living by the sea, in such beautiful surroundings. She was appointed Secretary of SCG in May 2018.

Sue Morley

Membership Secretary

Sue moved to Sandbanks with her husband David in 2014. She enjoys long walks with their two dogs, Rosie & Max, and loves the beaches, the views, the Purbecks and the sheltered waters of Poole Harbour. She joined the SCG Committee in May 2018 with particular responsibility for membership.
E:sue.morley@sandbankscg.com

Norman Gregory

Committee member

Norman moved to Sandbanks in 2012 with his partner Carolyn. Still active in the creative arts, an alumni of RADA and Bournemouth University,  a season ticket holder at AFC Bournemouth he is passionate about the area and feels privileged to live on the Dorset coast. He joined the SCG Committee in May 2018.

Paul De Cordova

Committee member

After living and working overseas Paul and his wife Sharon returned to their home on Sandbanks in 2015. They enjoy activities on the water and exploring the stunning Jurassic coastline. Paul, a practising lawyer, joined the SCG Committee in May 2018 and leads our work on traffic issues and the Neighbourhood Plan.

Tiffany Chawner

Committee member

Tiffany & her husband have been residents of Sandbanks for many years. She has young children and brings that young family perspective to our discussions. Tiffany initiated the Protect Sandbanks campaign in 2017. She joined the SCG Committee in October 2018.

Carol Mould

Committee member

Along with husband Graham, Carol is another long term resident of Sandbanks. Carol & Graham were partners in their fine turf business. No longer able to pursue her love of horseriding, Carol now enjoys caring for and walking their Irish Wolfhound. She was secretary of the former Sandbanks Association and joined the SCG Committee May 2108

Graham Mould

Committee member

Graham has been a resident of Sandbanks for 41 years. For 18 years, he & his wife Carol ran their own business specialising in maintenance of sports ground fine turf, before retiring in 2012. A keen sportsman, he has played cricket, badminton & hockey but now concentrates on bowls & golf. He joined the SCG Committee in May 2018 having served on the former Sandbanks Association Committee.

Bertie Webb

Committee member

Bertie has lived in Sandbanks off and on for most of his life. He moved back permanently in 2014 to spend more time sailing and less time worrying. He is part of a large family which owns a boatyard on Sandbanks peninsular and is therefore hugely interested in the future of the area. He joined the SCG Committee in October 2018

Anthony Vickery

Committee member

Anthony and his wife Sheena, have lived in Canford Cliffs ward for more than 30 years and, brought up their three children here.  Anthony moved to Lilliput, from Branksome Park, in 2016 to be beside the sea and recently retired from a career in corporate finance and business.  He is a regular visitor engagement volunteer on Brownsea Island for the Dorset Wildlife Trust.  His interests include preserving and enhancing the coastal ecology of Poole Harbour, as well as sailing and fishing.  He joined the committee in autumn 2019 and will widen the area of local engagement to include Evening Hill and coastal Lilliput.

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