Meet the trustees

Kevin Fuller (Chairman) - Kevin recently retired from Associated British Ports Grimsby & Immingham, after 38 years' service. He spent most of his time in the Commercial Field although towards the end of his career he was involved in the Planning and Logistics of Imported Solid Fuels to the Aire and Trent Valley Power Stations. 

Tony Jewitt - Tony joined the Royal Navy in 1976 and spent time in the newspaper industry as co-operative advertisement manager for the Northcliffe Group of newspapers, working for The Western Gazette Group in Yeovil, Somerset and has previously had his own business, COGS Limited a successful marketing and design company based in Grimsby until being called into ministry on 1st June 2010. Tony Jewitt is now the Mission Area Officer for The Bridge Fellowship Church which meets at The Warehouse every Sunday evening and leads the worship playing the guitar. Tony is also vice chairman of the Humber Port Welfare Committee and trustee of the Grimsby and Sailors Fishing Charities.

William King - William has been a partner in BG Solicitors since 1993, and now heads the commercial department, specialising in small companies and SME’s. He provides a range of commercial legal services, including commercial property development, professional partnerships, and sports industry and leisure related developments. He is also a qualified Mediator and Arbitrator, and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.

Ron Shepherd -  Ron is self-employed, and owns his own company, "Shephard's Maintenance". He has been a councillor for Scartho Ward since 2012, and served as Mayor of the Borough of North East Lincolnshire 2017/2018. He is an active member of the community, where he sits on the Allotments Forum, Humberside Fire Authority and the Safer Communities Board. 

Daniel Newman - 

Daniel has been volunteering at Foresight as a support worker since 2017 and has even been teaching some of the arts and crafts sessions as well as the disco class. Being at Foresight has become a big part of his life, it makes him happy knowing that he is making a difference to people’s lives and is he is now a volunteer representative on the board of trustees. In his spare time, he enjoys upcycling old furniture and making new things from them; he also spends his time looking into fun and exciting creations that the learners can make during his classes.

Pat Taylor - 

"My name is Pat; I am married with two grown up boys, and class myself as a housewife, with life experiences.


I have worked in various roles throughout my life, from office work, working for a magazine publication, domestic assistant for the NHS, kitchen assistant in a care home setting, that then led to the position of Cook, Supervisor/Assistant Manager in a retail food store; this is where I gained my NVQ in Customer Services and Management. Unfortunately I had to give this up due to health reasons. 


I like to meet people from all walks of life; I like to think that I am a good listener with a caring side. My hobbies and interest are; Sewing, at the start of the pandemic I was part of the 'For the Love of Scrubs', sewing scrubs, theatre gowns etc. for the NHS, we are all very proud of what we did when our community needed us the most. I like to bake at home, going away for short breaks and holiday in Cape Verde, what I like to call my happy place. I also love to go fishing; nothing beats sitting by the pond early in the morning, so peaceful with just nature to entertain. I am enjoying meeting and working alongside everyone at Foresight, and recently took over the role of Chair of the Staffing Subcommitte, and also sit on the Finance Subcommittee.


I am also a Trustee of the Grantham Almshouses Charity, in Scartho."


Sarah Scott

Sarah sits on our Board of Trustees and represents the Local authority to provide advice and support for our Housing and facilities.

Phil Hanley

Phil started working in the utilities industry in the late 90’s working up to managerial positions within the electricity supply area. Since 2015 Phil has operated his own cable jointing company that contracts to the Distribution network operator within the north Lincolnshire, Yorkshire and the north east of England area.

Louis Mellor

Louis is an experienced professional with a diverse background in education, technology, and management. As the Vice Principal of Learning4Life-Gy, he brings over 5 years of expertise in the field of education. With an additional 10 years of experience in technology and management, Louis possesses a unique skill set that allows him to effectively navigate the intersection of education and technology.


In his free time, Louis dedicates himself to developing websites and apps, showcasing his passion for technology and his continuous drive to stay up-to-date with the latest advancements. His commitment to technological innovation enables him to bring fresh perspectives and creative solutions to the table.


Furthermore, Louis's long-standing role as a trustee for the Freeman of Grimsby/Pastures Committee has provided him with valuable trustee experience. This experience equips him with a solid understanding of governance, decision-making processes, and the ability to contribute effectively to organizations such as Foresight.

Josie Moon

Josie Moon is a writer, musician, educator and facilitator working in the East Marsh of Grimsby alongside East Marsh United.  Josie runs a small publishing business, La Luna that publishes, poetry, children's books and commissioned work from the community. Josie taught English and drama for 24 years before becoming a freelance practitioner in 2013.  Over the past ten years she has worked in youth theatre, arts programming, schools based arts practice and community practice. Josie has been bid writing for EMU and is now planning delivery work in the arts for the rest of 2023. 

Carolyn Doyley

Carolyn has worked in many different jobs from factories, sales and bar work. She studied for her degree later in life and became a qualified teacher in 2004. She taught English and Creative Writing locally for 18 years. In 2018, she joined East Marsh United and is now working with her colleagues as a Community Outreach Leader. Community is important to her and she is enjoying the company of the wonderful people of Grimsby's East Marsh.

Mark Smith

I recently joined the board of trustees in March 2023 and I was delighted to have been chosen by my fellow trustees to be Trustees Trustee of the year. My life outside of Foresight is fairly active if not sometimes hectic, my main job is working in the construction company that I formed in 1996 and I am part of a small team and hands on often found out in the mud on site. Alongside this I am also a Ward Councillor in North East Lincolnshire and I have many hobbies including my vintage cars and motorcycle and I have a 28-year-old daughter who has recently graduated to become a doctor of science. I enjoy being a trustee and getting involved with the many social events that Foresight run for the beneficiaries.


Jade has recently joined the Trustee team at foresite  around April 2023.Her favourite part about being a trustee is going to the trustee meetings. Jade comes into Foresight 4 days every week, and participates in all the classes. Jade's favourite class is art as she likes to be creative with her ideas when it comes to making new projects.


Colin has been a member at Foresight for 5 years now, and has been a Trustee for 1 year. Not only is Colin the chair of beneficary council, he visits Foresight 3 times a week to participate in many activities with the his peers, such as outdoor cricket, independant living skills, and arts and crafts.

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