Simon Young - Chair of 1864 and elected to the Hampshire Cricket Members Committee, Simon is Hampshire born and bred, and delighted to be actively involved in the promotion of our wonderful cricket club and the world class facilities that the club offers. Simon is keen to see opportunities for all, regardless of background and experience, to participate, support and develop within cricket. Simon is a full time executive and Company Secretary with Cage Cricket 4 All.
Michael Langrish is a former Bishop of Exeter. He was born and bred in Southampton, starting to watch Hampshire Cricket regular at the old County Ground in Northlands Road when he was a pupil at King Edward VI School. His career then took him away but since retiring he has become a regular at the Ageas bowl. He is passionate about reconnecting cricket with young people in state schools, in the inner city and outer housing estates such as that where he grew up. As well as the Church he has extensive experience of education and the charity sector.
Jane Ward has been involved in the Dementia Communities Project in Hampshire for the past four years; supporting local volunteers to make their own communities more inclusive of people affected by dementia, running Dementia Friends Awareness Sessions, running training sessions as part of the ISPACE project to create Dementia Friendly GP Surgeries and partnering with Hampshire Cricket to enable people with dementia to continue enjoying cricket via the Memory Days at the Ageas Bowl and more recently playing Cage cricket. Jane has also been part of the voices for change training for care homes led by the Dementia Training Company over the past five years. Jane also volunteers as the Local Area Coordinator for SE England for the Alzheimer's Society Research Network.
Andy Fisher - Vice Chair of 1864, spent his formative years growing up in the East Midlands, whereby the cricket team to support would have been Nottinghamshire, but no, I followed Hampshire from a very early age, basically due to the fact of Barry Richards, who’s stroke play was astounding. I moved down to Hampshire early 1980, and over the last 10 years have been a member of Hampshire Cricket. I am one of the founder members of the 1864 Committee. I am still working in the IT industry, and have put this website together for our supporters, I hope that you enjoy it. If you have any suggestions for improvements, or something which you would like to be added, please use the contact form.
Sarah Mould is an HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council) Registered Occupational Therapist having qualified in 1991. Sarah has both Clinical and Managerial experience in Older People’s Mental Health Services in the NHS. Whilst Head of Occupational Therapy for the Older People’s Mental Health Directorate in a large NHS Mental Health Foundation Trust, Sarah took a lead role in staff development across all disciplines. From 2005 - 2010 Sarah worked for JPA Training Ltd where she rose to the position of Director of Training; taking continuing responsibility for the design, development, delivery and evaluation of training courses, workshops and events as well as management of the administrative and training team. Sarah contributed to the third and fourth edition of ‘The Pool Activity Levels Instrument for Occupational Profiling’ (PAL) by writing the section on applying the tool to leisure activities. The PAL is used widely in a variety of care settings and is listed in the N.I.C.E Guidance No.42 ‘Supporting people with dementia and their carers in Health and Social care’ as a recommended tool for care planning. Sarah was awarded the Master of Science (MSc) in Dementia Studies with the University of Stirling in May 2011 with particular interest in adult learning and staff development themes. Sarah would describe one of the highlights of her career as a dementia care trainer, as being her involvement in the ‘Carers as Educators’ project with Dementia UK and subsequent development of this innovative and ground breaking approach to training with the ‘Carers in Partnership - Voices for Change in dementia care’ programme. Sarah’s father lived with dementia for the last four years of his life. He died in a Local Authority Nursing Home in 2015.
Tim Forester-Morgan began his career in Social Care and training in 1992 when working in a Care Home as an Activities Organiser with older people. He worked through a number of care management roles within Older Peoples Services and for seven years was the Service Manager for Social Activity with a lead for service development, education & training with a third sector organisation. From 2008 - 2010 Tim worked for JPA Training Ltd where he rose to the position of Service Development Consultant taking responsibility for pioneering development and delivery of new materials and services including lectures, presentations and training in the ProActive System, the PAL, QCF and a wide selection of Dementia Awareness Programmes. He also had responsibility for the management and delivery of a range of Consultation Services for care settings requiring expert guidance on development of appropriate therapeutic environments for people with a dementia. He managed and delivered many mentoring & coaching projects for care settings commissioned by both Local Authorities and from across a wide variety of Services within the Private, Voluntary and Independent Sector. Tim gained the ENBN11 in 2000 and has been a qualified and practising Dementia Care Mapper since 2001. Tim is an NVQ/QCF Assessor and holds the PTTLS qualification. Tim’s grandmother lived for many years with Alzheimer’s disease.
Greig Stewart is Head of Ticketing & Membership at the Ageas Bowl. Having formerly worked as Community Manager he was involved in setting up the very first Cricket Memories Day at the Ageas Bowl. Greig is also an ECB Level 3 Coach and has worked within the Hampshire Performance Programme helping to develop the next generation of Hampshire Cricketers. Greig first played cricket on the boundary watching his dad and still plays cricket at Fair Oak Cricket Club.