Board Members


Nigel Dotchin

Nigel was appointed Chair of the Wheels to Work Association in 2013 following his retirement from the Department for Transport.


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Steve Kenward

Steve Kenward is an experienced director and senior executive with a considerable track record and background in the motorcycle industry, having held senior appointments with Heron Suzuki GB Ltd. and Suzuki Motor Corporation from the mid 80's to the late 90's.


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Lisa Conn

Lisa works for Staffordshire County Council as a Connectivity Officer, she coordinates the Wheels to Work scheme for the county and also works on sustainable transport projects.


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Pete Alger

Pete has always had a strong commitment to voluntary work and has been instrumental in founding and supporting a number of 3rd sector youth work initiatives in both Cumbria and Lancashire and is currently actively involved in two such initiatives.


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Max Jowett

Max Jowett has been developing Wheels 2 Work programmes for the last 13 years and he says he has loved almost every day! He started in 2001 with 10 bikes alongside the canal in Tavistock and now leads two successful Social Enterprises in Devon and East Sussex with around 200 bikes on the road.


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Liam Russell

Liam is Project Manager of the Wheels to Work Nottinghamshire project, delivered by Rural Community Action Nottinghamshire (RCAN), and he has been in post since 2005.


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Kevin Holt

Kevin had a career change in 2000 and started working as a Rural Transport Partnership Officer in North Yorkshire based with a local charity Northallerton & District Voluntary Service Association.


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Sandie Abberley

Sandie is Wheels to Work Manager in Derbyshire, and has been in post since the project began in April 2004. The project is hosted by Rural Action Derbyshire (RAD), and is currently funded by the Big Lottery Fund, Derbyshire County Council and Derby City Council, as well as private income from moped loan payments and sales.


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The W2WA Board meets five times a year, please click here if you wish to see the minutes of those meetings (members only)

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