Personnel

In 2013 John Hall retired as Director of the Romans One Eleven Trust and a new structure was put in place. His wife Gwen had retired as Administrator in 2011. The Trust is currently administered by a team of 6 trustees.
Jon Sermon_200x225Rev. Jon Sermon (Chairman and trustee with responsibility for Ugandan links) is the minister of Halesworth and Bramfield URC and North Lowestoft URC in Suffolk. He has visited Uganda with R111 teams and hopes to continue to do that on a regular basis.
Chris Vivian_200x225Rev. Chris Vivian (Administrator) is a retired URC minister, having also worked as the Special Educational Needs Coordinator at a middle school on the Isle of Wight which established links with a Ugandan school. She has visited Uganda on a number of occasions with R111.
Dick Barrett_200x225Dr. Dick Barrett from Daventry is a chartered chemist working in the field of water treatment and has been involved with the Romans One Eleven Trust from its fairly early days. He has shared in teams to Uganda.
Mr. Tony Foulger is one of the founding trustees of the Trust but work commitments have made it difficult for him to be fully involved until recently.
Adam Woodhouse_200x225Mr Adam Woodhouse is a Senior Youth Worker at Holme Christian Centre, Bradford and visited Uganda for the first time with the Trust in 2014.
Rachel VivianMrs Rachel  Bailey is a teacher of A level Humanities subjects in Newport, Isle of Wight. She first visited Uganda with Mum Chris at the age of 17 and now hopes to inspire students from her school and further afield with a passion for encouraging our partners in African countries.