Introducing our Board of Trustees

Mark Chambers – Chair

Mark grew up in Broadway but moved to London where he spent his career working in finance. Since retiring he has taken on a number of non-executive roles including chairman of governors of a special educational needs school. He now lives in Oxford where he and his wife are active supporters of the arts including the Ashmolean Museum, Instruments of Time & Truth and Garsington Opera.

Andrew Dakin

A resident of Broadway and the surrounding area for over 30 years, Andrew is a retired Sales & Marketing Director for a multinational manufacturing company. An opera and classical music lover, and also keen on theatre and all types of art.


Oliver Gleave Trustee

Oliver Gleave

Born in Broadway, Oliver grew up in the Cotswolds and started his career working in the capital markets as a software consultant and is currently the founder of a property software company based in Moreton-in-Marsh.  He has previously held a number of non-executive and advisory roles for growth minded businesses and is an active portfolio investor in early stage enterprise.

Oliver and his wife Claire moved back to Broadway in 2015 and their three children attend the local primary school.


Jason Lewis

Jason Lewis

Jason is a solicitor and consultant to Howard Kennedy LLP having been a partner at the firm for over 25 years.

Jason is an experienced charity trustee having been a trustee of Variety, the Children’s Charity between 2007 and 2022. He served as Chairman of the Board and for a number of years as Head of the Fundraising Committee. Variety is probably best know for its iconic Sunshine Coaches. Jason currently serves as a Commissioner of the Lansdowne Club in London.
With his wife, he is a director of a small property consultancy company. Jason and his wife also buy and sell art specialising in lesser known works by well known artists.

Helen Munro

Helen is a retired Chief Executive who has lived in the North Cotswolds for 25  years. Her career spans many sectors including ; Commercial, British Intelligence, NHS, Aerospace, Education, Not for Profit and Regulatory. She has operated in complex, sensitive, challenging environments in the UK and overseas. She is currently a Non-Executive Director of RICS, Chairman of the New Barn Close Surgery Charity, Chairman of  the Avon Singers and Trustee of the Dorothy Pamela Smith Charity.

For fun she loves music and encouraging people to sing for pleasure.

Sharon Stirling Trustee

Sharon Stirling

Having grown up in Australia, Sharon emigrated to the UK in 1985 where she spent most of her career working in the health & wellbeing industry.  Having sold her business in 2005, she has since undertaken various charity fundraising activities. She was until recently, a trustee of Evesham Vale Cardiac Rehab and is currently a volunteer at Broadway Museum & Art Gallery which she joined in 2018.