UK/Suffolk: Key personnel supporting the online charity auction for Sir Bobby Robson appeal

Sir Bobby's Breakthrough Online Auction Launch at the PFA Awards dinner in London. The online comitt

Sir Bobby's Breakthrough Online Auction Launch at the PFA Awards dinner in London. The online comittee and beneficiaries - Credit: Andy Abbott

THE committee set up to organise and support Sir Bobby’s Breakthrough Online Auction features a host of well-known people, celebrities and sporting stars involved in the Suffolk community and across the UK.

They are headed by chairman Lance Bradley, managing director of Mitsubishi Motors UK; founder Gina Long; and project director Adam Clarke, managing director of Eventuoso & AV Unit.

The others are Mark Robson, chairman of The Sir Bobby Robson Foundation; Deborah Cadman, chief executive of Suffolk County Council; David Sheepshanks, chairman of St George’s Park, National Football Centre at the Football Association; Terry Hunt, editor of the East Anglian Daily Times and Ipswich Star; Graeme Swann, England and Nottinghamshire cricketer; Simon Clegg, former Ipswich Town chief executive and sports consultant; Alan Brazil, former Ipswich Town and Scotland footballer and radio presenter on the TalkSport Breakfast Show; Chris Hollins, BBC television presenter; Mick Mills, former Ipswich Town and England footballer and patron of The Sir Bobby Robson Foundation; Kath Abrahams, director of fundraising at Breakthrough Breast Cancer; Huw Davies, consultant oral and maxillofacial surgeon at Ipswich Hospital and lead clinician for Suffolk; Samuel Barker, Aurum Fund Management; David Bushnell, chief executive EnableIT Technologies; Edward Crichton, fine art manager at Lacy Scott and Knight; Austin Cornish, managing director and owner of Bury Developments Ltd; Ali Barker, relationship manager at Jamie Oliver’s Better Food Foundation; Stephen Foster, BBC Radio Suffolk presenter; Alan Jones, head of global sales for the European Broadcasting Union’s Sports Team; and Ian Gillespie, director of Active Telecom.


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