Trustee since 2012. John has lived in Royston for 45 years and before retiring was a director of a civil engineering company and was a trustee of Royston Volunteer Centre from 2013 to 2017. He was an active member of Royston Hospital Action Group (RHAG)
Dr. John Hedges - Treasurer
Trustee since 1990, John is a General Practitioner who pursued parallel careers in his military and civilian lives, commanding 254 (City of Cambridge) Field Ambulance (Volunteers) 1988 – 1991 and partner in the Royston Health Centre Practice from 1979 to 2017.He now keeps his medical interests alive, providing shifts at Addenbrookes Hospital Urgent Treatment Centre, whilst managing a small flock of pedigree rare breed sheep, who conservation graze on Shepreth L-Moor nature reserve in the summer.
A trustee since 1970 when the present organisation was known as The League of Friends of Royston and District Hospital.She was the Secretary for 36 years during which time a long campaign was fought to maintain the maternity unit followed by another campaign 20 years later to save the Hospital from closure with the formation of RHAG (Royston Hospital Action Group).
A trustee since 2000, Peter is a chartered Accountant and ex senior partner of Hardcastle Burton. Peter was born in Royston and has lived in the locality throughout his life. He is involved in several other local organisations.
Carol is a retired teacher who taught at Meridian School for 45 years and lives in Royston. She is a safeguarding trainer and Chairman of William Lees Charity Royston.She is Vice Chairman and volunteer of the Stand-By-Me bereavement charity supporting bereaved children and families in North Herts.
Michael has lived in Royston all his life; he was a Director of several companies and is now retired. He has served on the Hospital Committee for over 30 years and is Involved in numerous organisations within the Town of Royston
Lives in Royston, owning and operating a number of successful companies. He sits on a number of medical boards.
Neil moved to Royston in 1979 and quickly became involved in local affairs. He worked for Curwens Solicitors for 20 years and over the years has been involved in numerous local organisations and activities such as The Community Centre, the Museum, Royston Town Council, The Parish Church, Rotary Club, volunteering for the NHS, and Therfield Heath Conservators. He has a wide range of local experience.
Vivienne was born in Royston hospital as were her mother and her children. She has a strong connection with the town, having lived here most of her life. Her career was working in woman's magazines in London.Music is Vivienne’s main pastime including singing in choirs and hand-bell ringing. She is interested in healthcare and has been involved with a number of organisations in the town.