Any governor is required to declare any pecuniary and business interests that they have. Governors are then unable to take part in any discussions/decisions that they have a pecuniary interest in.
These are reviewed and declared by governors on an annual basis, but are also part of the standard agenda at every governing body meeting, to enable governors to declare any interests to any specific agenda items.
|Governor||Date Reviewed||Name and Nature of Business||Other Establishments Governed||Relationship with staff/governors|
|Jude Ankers||March 2017||Nil||Nil||Nil|
|Cath Boyd||March 2017||Nil||Nil||Nil|
|Clare Cunningham||March 2017||Nil||Nil||Nil|
|Paula Crawley||March 2017||Nil||Governor at XII Apostles RC primary school in Wigan||Nil|
|Tony Earps||March 2017||Nil||Nil||Nil|
|Jan Malone||March 2017||Nil||Nil||Nil|
|David McClelland||March 2017||Nil||Nil||Nil|
|John Morris||March 2017||Nil||Nil||Nil|
|Andy Openshaw||March 2017||Nil||Nil||Nil|
|Michael Platt||March 2017||Nil||Nil||Nil|
|Stuart Ryder||March 2017||Nil||Nil||Nil|
|Martin Walshe||March 2017||RAC Centre Manager||Nil||Nil|