John Bodman was Church Warden for All Saints Church, Dunsden for six years, and is now a member of the PCC, responsible for the fabric of the building, the Churchyard and its boundaries. John will be organizing a November concert, focusing on the letters of Wilfred Owen.
Jennifer is a professional artist and writer, and runs her own company, Outrider Anthems. She has received Arts Council, Earley Charity and Heritage Lottery funding for her site-specific productions of Crow! (2007), The River (2009) and The Land of Walter Giffard (2011). She has worked as lead artist at the Royal Academy of Arts, the Courtauld Art Gallery, Somerset House, the V&A, and Contemporary Applied Arts, and prior to that in the BBC’s programme-making stream. She was arts advisor for Southern Arts.
Linda has been teaching primary pupils in the area for more than thirty years, including a decade at Shiplake Primary School. Having a keen interest in our community and the environment, she is involved with Emmer Green Residents’ Association, the Ramblers and Dunsden Church. She is currently enjoying a new challenge, working with various publishers on primary maths materials.
David has lived In the parish for most of his life and for much of it has been actively involved in the local community. He helped set up Dunsden Community Orchard http://orchard.blogspirit.com and is Chairman of Eye & Dunsden Parish Council. He is a part-time lecturer in design at the University of Reading and principal of www.designforprint.org for which he has produced a number of books on local history.
Beth is a retired teacher and has lived in the area since 1993. She edits the Binfield Heath newsletter for the village society which she helped found in 2001. In that year she also established the village’s Monday and book clubs. She has served as a parish councilor and is currently Chair of Eye & Dunsden Village Hall.