William is the chairman of LonRes, the property data supply and analytics company he co-founded in 2000. Previously, he began his career in property with a small family firm in Knightsbridge and then established Boston Carrington Pritchard, where he remains a consultant to Boston Radford. William is also a director of CLEA, which owns The London Magazine.
In 1989, he founded the Trevor Jones Trust, to assist spinally injured tetraplegic amateur sportsmen and women. Today, the charity is known as Regain Sports Charity and he is proud to continue to support it.
BARK is an important charity for small animals and I am pleased to be an active supporter along with my dogs.
Sir Michael Blake bt – Life Time Patron
Born in 1943 Michael a retired stockbroker lives with his wife Joan and their 2 black Labrador, Winston and Bertie, at Tillmouth.
Recruited by Graeme Reavley to be the first Patron of BARK, he has subsequently just completed a term as President. Michael has been involved with BARK from the very start and in recognition of his support has been made a Life Time Patron.
BARK has gone from strength to strength and deserves all the help it can get.
Mr Richard Syred
Mr Brian Parsons
Miss K Brownlie
Mrs K Holme-Robertson
Mrs N Nicoll
Graeme Reavley’s association with BARK goes back many years to the days when Mrs Youngman ran the kennels from Ancroft. Graeme is a director of Galedin Vets. He lives with his wife Julie and son Christopher and is proud grandad to his daughter’s Laura’s two children.
Graeme is a keen walker and has, together with his brother Doug, raised £100,000 for various charities, including B.A.R.K. and Cancer Research.
Lynda Scott first became associated with BARK in 2003, before the kennels were built, when for 18 months she fostered some of the homeless dogs rescued by BARK. This in turn, led to her becoming a volunteer in the BARK Charity shop in 2004. Eleven years on she is still volunteering in the shop but now as Volunteer Shop Manager responsible for the administration and general day to day running of the shop. She has the good fortune to live with 3 dogs and 1 cat rescued by BARK and enjoys the love and companionship they bring.
Laurence is an accountant in Berwick. Laurence takes a keen interest in amateur dramatics and was recently seen playing Frank Pickle for the Vicar Of Dibley is a recent performance by the Berwick Operatic Society.
Laurence is a great support to BARK and is also a Governor of our Local Grove Special School.
Thom has supported BARK for at least 15 years and along with his wife Mary & Family has been an enthusiastic fundraiser for the charity. Long time manager of the Scottish Power / SSEB Shop in Berwick he is now retired and Plays Golf and looks after his Garden. Along with his BARK rescue Dog Bobby he spends a lot of time walking and enjoying the countryside around Paxton where he lives. His passion for Country & Western Music has lead to several Charity Concerts the most recent in October with American Country Star Joni Harms. His other passion collecting Carnival Glass
Joyce has been married for nearly 50 years and has three sons and three grandchildren. She has lived locally all her life and is a partner in the family’s electrical business.
She has always been surround by family pets and has through out her life has always taken a great interest in the welfare of animals. Her hobbies include gardening, reading, dining out with friends and supporting various charities, especially her local kennels, B.A.R.K. who she believes gives a fantastic service to her local community.
Susan is married to Keith and lives in Berwick and has supported BARK for many years along with her dogs!Susan is involved in both BARK’s fundraising at shop.
Susan is a keen golfer and and can be seen regularly at Goswick. Her other passion is tennis and is a regular at Wimbledon following, who else but, Andy Murray
John C. Gardiner
John is a retired retail newsagent. Married for 45 years he has two daughters (one a vet) and six grandchildren. John’s interests include footbal he is a Berwick Rangers season ticket holder) and also participating in events honouring the works of the Late Robert Burns.
John is currently treatsurer of Berwick-upon-Tweed Chamber of Trade and Commers and also a trustee of the Northern District of the National Federation of Newsagents.
David is married to Julie and they have numerous dogs, a cat, a Lanner Flacon and a Harris Hawk.
David is a a Small Animal Director at Galedin vets and has an particular interest in small animal medicine, and exotics, in particular birds. He does veterinary work for both BARK and the Berwick Swan and Wildlife Trust.
Kreative Technology kindly built our new website, provides all email, hosting and domain name registration all as a donation to B.A.R.K.
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Kreative Technology receive their Local Business Support Award which was awarded to the commercial business which has demonstrated outstanding support to the voluntary sector both financial and practically.
As you may be aware Kreative Technology redesigned our website over a year ago and has helped us with hosting and on going support ever since. This has led to an increase in visitors from 500 a month to almost 10,000. Their ongoing support is second to none. Picture are Andrew and Shona. Well done all at Kreative Technology
Nose Consultancy is helping us with our social media platforms – watch this space!
The Cat Protection provide us with voucher to neuter feral colonies of cats as well as those cats that would otherwise not be neutered without our support.
The Kennel Club have supported us on a regular basis, from supporting the set up of our original website, our neutering dog
Jus Rol sponsor one of our cat runs as well as providing us with occasional product for our fundraising events.
Elizabeth CF McGregor-Dziniak Charitable Trust for Animals
The R S MacDonald Charitable Trust
Graham Bell has been taking photographs of some of our animals. Pet portraits are an ideal present. You can contact Graham Bell via his facebook page here or his website at http://www.grahambellphotographer.co.uk/