Dan has lived in Shipston since 2004 with his wife and son. Dan is an independent IT Consultant who works with some major organisations internationally. Dan is probably best known in Shipston as the organiser of the Shipston Food Festival. Alongside his work and council commitments, Dan is a keen motorcyclist as well as an enthusiastic cook and baker.
Sheelagh Saunders, born and bred in the town, after a few years overseas studying,travelling and working,currently runs 3 pubs in the area together with her husband Baggy and son Gabriel. She also works part time at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
The Manor House, Sheep Street, Shipston-on-Stour CV36 4AF
Ronnie is still doing the cricket scoring after 43 years at Shipston Cricket Club. That's 400+ league games and some of the players are grandsons of the players we first met in 1970!
She was last year's Warwickshire Womens indoor Bowls President during a wonderful year of over 20 matches. She still plays bowls at the Norgren (outdoors).
She was delighted to be asked to be President of the Shipston Racing Pigeon Club, taking over from Tony Beard who was the First President when the club was formed in 1972/3.
Ronnie wants to be involved in as many organisations as possible this year so please contact her using the details below and invite her to any of your events!
22 Campden Road, Shipston on Stour. CV36 4DH
76 Donnington Road, Shipston on Stour CV36 4BG
"I live in Simpson Road in Shipston with my wife Gemma and my two children Charlie and Holly. I was brought up in Shipston and only moved to attend University and for work but returned to set up home to be near family and friends. I work as a Shopping Centre Manager and am responsible for over 250,000 sq ft of retail and office property in Gloucester City Centre owned by Aviva Investors UK. In my spare time, I generally spend time with the family but also enjoy cycling and swimming."