Fairlands Medical CentreTel: 01483 594250
Glaziers Lane SurgeryTel: 01483 813274
Richard Broughton (Chairperson)
Richard has lived in Worplesdon and been a patient at Fairlands for 45 years. He was educated at Kent College Canterbury and City University. He is a retired Optometrist, a Past President of the College of Optometrists and was an Optometric Advisor for NHS England in Surrey and Sussex. He was Chairman of the Surrey and Sussex Local Eye Health Network. His special interests are Diabetes and Childrens Vision. He sat on the National Screening Committees project advisory group on diabetic retinopathy screening.
He is a keen Dinghy Sailor, sings in Vivace Chorus and Laudamus Chamber Choir, and enjoys walking.
Judi Pollard (Secretary)
Judi was born in Cambridge and worked as Bursar's Secretary at Fitzwilliam College. Marriage took her to London to join the University of Surrey and when it moved to Stag Hill Guildford she became Head of the Short Courses Unit. After the sudden death of her husband aged 48, she became self-employed and took on a number of roles: County Organiser of the Young Farmers' Club in Surrey, an Organiser for Understanding Industry, and an Interior Designer/Advisor. She is now retired and enjoys hobbies such as needlework, two art groups and is Co-ordinator of the FLGCA magazines. She has been a Committee member of the Fairlands Patients Participation Group for a number of years.
Alan Dillon (Treasurer)
Alan grew up in Oxford and read Chemistry at Birmingham University. There he gained a Ph.D in Physical Chemistry and was appointed Research Fellow for two years. He joined the Central Electricity Generating Board in 1969 as a Research Officer at the Central Electricity Research Laboratories in Leatherhead. He and Val have lived on Fairlands and been patients here for nearly fifty years. He has been heavily involved in community matters and is a life member of the F.L.G.C.A. After retirement, he became a parish councillor and school governor. Leisure interests include reading, outdoor bowls and golf.
Val was born on the Isle of Wight but grew up on the mainland and completed her education at Oxford High School for Girls. She attended Teacher Training College in London and after her marriage in 1965, taught in primary schools with short breaks following the births of three daughters. She has always enjoyed drawing and painting which she took up again after retirement and has been involved with Fairlands Art Group and Adult Education watercolour classes. She and Alan are long-term members of the F.L.G.C.A. She was an active member of Fairlands WI and occasionally attends services at St. Mary's Church Worplesdon.
Paddy, a patient at Fairlands for about thirty years, went to Cambridge University and then qualified as a barrister. He spent a number of years in marketing until becoming the company secretary and a director of a major public company. He was appointed by the European Commission to an advisory committee on retailing and elected President for consumer affairs by the representatives of all Member States. Following retirement he served as a Member of the Copyright Tribunal. He has also been Chairperson of two charities for many years.
Jackie was born in Guildford and brought up in Worplesdon, attending local schools and Guildford and Farnborough Technical Colleges. She has been a patient at the Fairlands Practice for over forty years. She has worked in office administration in both the public and private sector. Her last employment was with a major European manufacturer and distributor of prosthetic and orthotic products. She retired after thirty-three years' service to care for her husband, who was suffering with Alzheimer's. She was widowed in 2015. She joined the PPG Committee in 2016. Her interests include gardening, theatre, walking, socialising and family.
Diana has been attending the Fairlands Practice since 1970 and has found it to be very good, efficient and caring for 99% of the time. She has been on the PPG Committee since its inception and has served on a wide variety of committees. Since joining the Royal Navy many years ago until the present time she has long-term experience in a wide range of work and professional environments, including many years working for the NHS and has carried out a wide range of voluntary work. She has travelled extensively around the world.
Claire and her family have lived in Normandy for eleven years and attend the Glaziers Lane Surgery. Claire studied Media and Communication with Psychology at the University of Wolverhampton. She started her career in Public Relations working in an agency setting, in-house and for the charity Dogs Trust, before setting up her own company. Currently Claire is working as the Communications Officer for St. Mark's Church, Wyke in a voluntary capacity. In her free time she enjoys swimming, cycling and jogging in the local area.
John and his family moved to Fairlands from Scotland in 1985 relocationg with his employer Sony. During his 25 years with the company John enjoyed a successful (Japanese style) career covering Management roles in Sales, Marketing, IT, Finance, Property and Corporate Services. He also involved himself in many Community projects working with Local Authorities, The Princess Alice Hospice and The Princess Trust in providing business support and mentoring. Spending time back in Scotland he joined the Mid Argyll Rotary and led initiatives in supporting local schools, assisted Home-Start with management processes and worked with the Chamber of Commerce in mentoring small businesses. As a keen walker, John was Chairman of Mid Argyll and Kintyre Ramblers and now walks regularly with Guildford Walking For Health Group.
Sue was born in Guildford and in 1972 moved to Fairlands with her husband and two children. Before retirement, Sue was Accounts Manager for the Finance Department of the University of Surrey Students Union. Her interests include watercolour painting, gardening, walking regularly with the local group and volunteering as a Retail Assistant in the Woking Hospice Shop on Fairlands.
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