Find out who's who in the South Wales & Severn Partnership.
Director of Countryside & Land Management, Brecon Beacons National Park Authority; lead authority representative on the Ministerial Waterways Advisory Group with Welsh Government.
Former headteacher. Volunteer with the restoration of Stroudwater Navigation.
David is chief executive of Stroud District Council. His authority is leading the award winning restoration of the Cotswold Canal in the Stroud Valleys. Recent awards include the Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE), the Living Waterways Awards and the Institution of Civil Engineers. He has been a member of a wide range of regional and national bodies; the most recent being as a Commissioner on the Low Commission.
Managing director of ABC Leisure Group Ltd, an award winning business. A member of the Tourist Advisory Group and sits on the Executive Committee of the Association of Pleasure Craft Operators.
Responsible for the Fourteen Locks Canal Centre Project. Former director of Capital Region Tourism.
Former MEP and Gloucester City Councillor, member of Cotswold Canals Trust, Herefordshire & Gloucestershire Canal Trust and Friends of Gloucester Waterways Museum.
A former Royal Air Force officer, Keith has worked in a range of operational leadership and project management roles in the UK and overseas. He is a lifelong user of the waterways as a keen rower and canoeist.
Managing director, Eurotex (Sales) Ltd. chair of Worcester, Birmingham & Droitwich Canals Society and Withymoor Island Trust. Vice chair of West Midlands Metropolitan Area Canals Partnership. Narrowboat owner.
Nick Worthington, waterway manager
A civil engineer background, Nick joined British Waterways as a waterway engineer in 1999, based in Fradley. Since then, Nick has worked in most parts of the Midlands and South West network before settling in Gloucester in 2007.
Last date edited: 4 December 2015