Our Trustees - Castel Froma Neuro Care

Steve Nicklin

Steve Nicklin joined the Board of Trustees in 1990 and was elected Chair of Trustees in 2002. Steve worked in the banking industry for 32 years before taking early retirement in 2001. His career with Lloyds TSB included management with a focus on corporate and business banking. Steve is also the Associate Hospital Manager at Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust and Chair of Governors at Myton School.

John Evison

Based on a career with major companies including Tarmac and Carillion, John Evison brings broad knowledge of the construction industry as well as experience of managing health services. He is a Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineering and aims to use his experience of negotiating contracts and budgeting as well as managing large diverse groups of people to help Castel Froma Neuro Care develop strongly. John is particularly enthusiastic about the warm and positive ethos at Castel Froma Neuro Care and the opportunity to contribute to the exciting future for the Charity.

Graham Murrell

Graham Murrell’s main career was in national retail businesses and he held various senior management positions with Boots The Chemists and Halfords. He has also worked as an independent business consultant. In 2006 he became Chairman of South Warwickshire General Hospitals NHS Trust, which is now an NHS Foundation Trust. Graham first became involved with Castel Froma Neuro Care in 2004, and became a Trustee in 2005. He is now Vice Chairman and chairs the Care Standards Committee and the New Premises Steering Group.

David Leigh-Hunt

David has been a Trustee at Castel Froma Neuro Care since 2016 having joined the Board as an Associate Trustee in 2015. David holds the degree of LLM from London University and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He works for a solicitor's firm in Leamington Spa.

Lesley Holiday

Lesley has many years experience in the Health Care sector and was the former Manager at Helen Ley Care Centre. Lesley joined the Board of Trustees at the end of January 2015.

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