The Trustees meet regularly to discuss issues and make decisions that affect the future of the charity. Discussions are always wide ranging and in-depth as you would expect. Here are a few words of introduction to each of them.

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Meet the Trustees

Major Brian M Hudson (Chair)
Brian has enjoyed a career in the Army, serving in the Royal Signals and rising through the ranks, ending as Major. During his 39 year career he served world wide but in latter years was responsible for welfare of military families and young soldiers.
On retirement he has kept his interest in the Military through his involvement with various Army Charities. He is Treasurer for West Sussex Army Benevolent Fund, Secretary for The Royal Sussex Regimental Association and assistant benevolence Secretary for the Royal Military Police.
He has been married to his wife Susan for over 50 years and has 2 sons one a Detective Chief Inspector in the Metropolitan Police, the other a former Army Officer now working as consultant with a communications company.
Malcolm Shaw
Malcolm brings to AFTAID a very broad experience in finance and business management. He was educated in South London and after a career in asset finance is now enjoying retirement in Kent with his wife who is a midwife. Malcolm is also actively involved with other charitable trusts. He has two adult sons, one is an acountant, the other a G.P. Malcolm is interested in history,country pursuits and visiting France.

Alan Shooter FCA FCCA
Alan is a Chartered Accountant who recently retired after forty-seven years in the profession, of which thirty six years were as Principal in a central London firm.
Very happily married to Susan they enjoy their family life with five children and sixteen grandchildren.
During his professional career Alan acted for a number of Charities in the sectors of Health, Education, Military and Elderly. This included a national charity concerned with a specific child cancer. He is also a trustee of a family charitable foundation.
Apart from his charitable work Alan's other interests are mainly theatre, art and various branches of science and medicine.

Wynne Creasy MBE
Wynne retired in 2009 after a career in local government specialising in education governance. She was awarded her MBE for services to education. Wynne is currently involved in training and consultancy with a variety of education establishments in North Kent and South London.
Her husband, three children and their families form her major interest, but when time allows, this extends to fine arts too.





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