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