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COMMITTEE

Norfolk Snowsports Club is managed by an Executive Committee, who operate on behalf of the members. 

They are re-elected on an annual basis at the AGM.  Responsibilities and accountabilities are delegated to sub committees, as detailed below.

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Approve changes to the club’s operations such as activity sessions and slope timetable
  • Private booking of the slope(s) and activities
  • Approve business cases for investment supported by a minimum of two financial quotations
  • Ensure activities are well managed, maintained and driven forward to improve the experience for club members and the general public
  • Ensure club events are well planned, adequately resourced and operated safely both from a club house and slope side perspective
  • Ensure all equipment and infrastructure is adequate and well maintained
  • Positive relationship with the relevant National Governing Bodies supporting the activities on offer at the club
  • Positive relationship with the local community, businesses, press, media clubs and organisations
  • Positive relationship with other regional and national Snowsports Clubs

Click here to see all committee meeting minutes

Dudley George

Dudley George

Chair, Operations Committee, Disabled Lift Working Group, Volunteer Liaison, SSE Liaison, Ski & Board Equipment

“I have been a club member for 22 years. am a Ski Instructor and enjoy working across a range of activities, including with the Adaptive Team. 

My background is in Property and Construction where I trained and qualified as a Civil & Structural Engineer, before moving over to Project & Programme Management. 

My background has given me the skill set in the areas of: Project Delivery, Corporate Governance, Business Case preparation, Risk Management, Business Management and Dispute Resolution.”

David Rich

David Rich

Vice Chair, Operations Committee, Race Liaison, Volunteer Liaison

My family have been members of the club for 5 years; my children having learned to ski, attended Junior Club and now progressed to the Race Team.

I am a qualified Race Official and Race Course Setter and about to undertake the first level of Performance Race Coaching qualification.

I am in my second term of office on the Exec Committee and in my working life have over 30 years of experience in governance, finance, data protection and strategy, gained in multiple businesses and various voluntary roles such as Charity trusteeships, Multi Academy School Trusts and Parish Council positions.”

 

David Baxter

David Baxter

Treasurer, Operations Committee, Finance & Budgeting, Bar & Licensing

“I am a Chartered Accountant with many years of service to the club as Treasurer.  Responsible for the day to day financial operation of the club and have been heavily involved in all of the major developments at the club to ensure that the club gets good value for money for its expenditure. 

I am keen to maintain the volunteer structure as far as is reasonably possible whilst never losing sight of the need to manage the club’s operations and finances in a professional and businesslike manner.”

Nick Watson

Nick Watson

Club Secretary, Operations Committee, Governance & Policies

“I have been skiing for over 35 years and a member of the club since I moved to Norfolk in 2017.
I am passionate about the club and my whole family participates in club life. My children and I are all in the race team. My wife is an instructor, and we are both performance coaches. Between us we coach and attend Wannabes, the Race Team and Junior Club. We are also regulars at Masters.
Professionally I am a lawyer with a focus on commercial law, compliance, governance and risk management.”

 

Kevin Rhead

Kevin Rhead

Instructor Committee, Volunteer Liaison, SSE Liaison

“I am a SSE Alpine Development Coach L4 and also hold an IVSI (International Federation of Snow Sport Instructors) license.

Currently Chair of the Instructor and Coaches Committee.

I have been a member of the club since 1982 and instructing at the club since 1985. More recently my main responsibilities/interests have been in instructor coaching & development.”

Deborah Anstee

Deborah Anstee

Operational Improvements & Efficiencies, Grants & Funding, Volunteer Liaison

“I have been a member of the Snowsports Club for around 25 years and began volunteering as a ski instructor in 1998.

I am keen to promote the club as a family friendly organisation for all ages with opportunities to learn to ski and board, make friends, volunteer and become part of a community.

I believe in the importance of good communication and working together to facilitate the passions and ambitions of the group that make up the club.”

Harry Steward

Harry Steward

Tubing Liaison

“I’m a 24 year old student, currently studying a masters of research in biomolecular science. I’ve been a tubing supervisor for the past 8 years, having started as a volunteer before coming a paid member of staff. I eventually took the role of senior lead supervisor which allowed me to help implement changes and work with the rest of the team to making tubing a safer and more enjoyable experience for staff and customers alike.

I have been a member down the club since I was 12 years old. I was a member of the race team for many years also and now occasionally can be found at masters.

Edgar Harden

Edgar Harden

Executive Committee

“Originally from Vancouver, where I began skiing aged 8, I am now a devoted student of dendex!  

I first worked in the art world and then in wine, finally marrying the two into vintage spirits.  

I hope to help make the already amazing facilities at NSC even better for its members and the general public.”

Caroline Gibbs

Caroline Gibbs

Executive Committee

“Newly elected to the committee in 2021 I’ve been a member of the ski club since 2014 when we joined as a family to teach our daughters to ski.

My role is now that of ski mum/taxi driver.  When not ferrying around the different slopes across the country you will find me here at our amazing slope (often in the bar area!) watching my youngest daughter train.  I am also the Race Secretary for the Norfolk Club National and you will find me in the race hut when we are hosting our own events, recording times and pouring over the spreadsheets!

If you see me please do come and say hello – always happy to listen to ideas.”

Ed Bellamy

Ed Bellamy

Executive Committee

“I have been skiing for approximately 30 years (starting with straight skis and rear entry boots) and first attended NSC when I was a student at UEA 16 years ago. Since then I have joined the race team, been a volunteer boot fitter and qualified as a ski instructor, development coach and performance coach. Currently I am working towards qualifying as an alpine development coach (L4) after completing the initial training week in Italy earlier this year.

My current roles at the club focus on my role as an instructor and coach, taking leading roles at
Junior Club, Race Training, Masters and Instructor Training, but also assisting with other areas.
Through these roles I have also worked with freestylers and snowboarders, particularly in relation to skier cross and boarder cross.

Outside of skiing I work part time as a solicitor and also helping to manage my family business.”

Ian Wilson

Ian Wilson

Executive Committee

“I joined the ski club in 2015 ahead of our first family ski holiday that winter. What started out as
merely functional exercise soon turned into a hobby and then a passion. The evenings and
Saturdays spent bringing my 2 children back and forth didn’t feel like a chore, there was something
about the atmosphere at the club that gripped me. I do ski myself but have found my niche as a supporting act for my children, taking them
to ski all over the UK and also doing a bit of officiating.

I have worked in financial services and travel for 20+ years in commercial roles, working for British
Airways, Virgin Money, Aviva and Legal & General. I now work for John Lewis Financial Services
where I head the Car and Pet Insurance propositions. I want to be able to use my extensive experience from the commercial world to help the club retain its enviable position both in the community and in UK sport, reinforcing its place as the best dry slope in the country.