Chris had a long career as a primary school teacher, headteacher and adviser. He now spends his retirement making pots, drawing landscape and abstract pictures in pastel, taking photographs, doing voluntary work, playing bowls and trying to keep up with his children and grandchildren.
Having met the then chairman of PTN, Howard Green, through work and listened to his stories of the work of PTN he made his first visit to Nepal in 2007 and has returned almost every year since developing a deep respect for the lives of the people who live in that amazing country. He served for ten years as a Trustee for PTN and has given many talks to groups around the north-west of England and supported a number of schools in making a link with a school in Nepal.
Our work to improve the lives of the children and families of Nepal is made possible by the amazing support that we receive from our donors & funders. We do not receive any core government funding & rely on the generosity of our supporters.