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Our Governors

Our Governors have a diverse range of experience and skills between them; with backgrounds from the Church to international relations. Read their profiles to find out more and what they contribute to the Christ Church community.

Stephen Clark|Mr Stephen Clark TD|

Pro-Chancellor

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Trevor Willmott|The Right Reverend Trevor Willmott |

Deputy Pro-Chancellor

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Claire Alfrey|Claire Alfrey|

Head of Department of Childhood Studies

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Chris CalcuttMr Christopher Calcutt| 

Consultant at FoxWood Maclean

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Colin Carmichael|Mr Colin Carmichael|

Chief Executive of Canterbury City Council 

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Cedric FrederickMr Cedric Frederick| 

Chief Executive of Avante Partnership

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Richard Henson

Dr Richard Henson|

Senior Lecturer in Department of Computing

Peter Hermitage

Mr Peter Hermitage QPM|

Retired Chief Constable

David KempMr David Kemp|

Retired as Diocesan Secretary of the Diocese of Canterbury

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Frank MartinMr Frank Martin|

Chief Executive of Hornby Plc

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Phil MooneyMr Phil Mooney|

Student Governor

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Quentin RoperMr Quentin Roper|

Diocesan Director of Education

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Paul SimsMr Paul Sims|

Staff Governor

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Dame Janet TrotterDame Janet Trotter OBE|

Lord Lieutenant of Gloucestershire 

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Deborah UptonMs Deborah Upton|

Director of Governance at Circle Housing

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Paul BogleMr Paul Bogle|

University Solicitor and Clerk to the Governing Body

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