The Victoria and Jubilee Halls trustees work hard to raise money for the halls to ensure their survival. This is because they believe the halls provide crucial entertainment services to the Hartley Wintney community.

Meet the Victoria and Jubilee Halls Trustees

Below you can view the trustees and find out a little bit about them.

Edward Woods - Trustee Chairman
Trustee Chairman
Edward Woods, Chairman of the Victoria and Jubilee Halls since 2017. Educated in UK and USA before spending 30 years in the Army with the Scots Guards. In 2000 I set up an education charity for young people not achieving at school and on retiring in 2013 it had 15,000 students and 1,000 volunteers. 
Derek Smee - Trustee
A trustee for the Victoria and Jubilee Halls since 2015. Born in London, school days spent in Grays Thurrock, Essex. I trained for 2 years to be an airline pilot and flew 36 years for British Airways. I have been a resident of Hartley Wintney since 1982.
Andy Hall - Trustee
I recently retired as an accountant after working nearly 40 years in senior finance roles for large FTSE listed companies. I live in the village with my wife and two children.
Neel Williams - Trustee
I became involved with the Victoria Hall in 2014 and a trustee in 2017. I grew up in Denmark where I qualified and worked as a nurse before coming to the UK in 1978. I continued nursing part-time so I could train to become a swimming teacher. I taught swimming at Hart Leisure Centre for 20 years.
Cassandra Dartnell - Trustee
For 18 years I worked within the travel and hospitality, event management and software marketing industries. I now manage my own company, An Eye for Detail Events, which specialises in all types of event management.
George Davey - Trustee
Following an early career in the travel industry I ran an IT consultancy, before moving into the healthcare industry. This is where I have spent the last 17 years, working in pricing, market access and sales roles.
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