Management Committee

Northern Lights Management Committee is a group of volunteers who meet on a monthly basis to plan, manage and discuss all matters related to the charity. A few key members have been involved with the charity from the beginning, when in 1987 the charity was originally formed and at the time called the Christopher Johnson Fund. To see more about the development of the charity click the button below or read about our committee members:

Karen Jones MBE

Chairperson

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Alan Johnson

Secretary

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Wendy Reilly

Treasurer

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Carolyn Johnson

Committee Member

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Helen Johnson

Committee Member

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Vicki Chapman

Committee Member

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James Chapman

Committee Member

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Rosemary Cornah

Committee Member

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Brian Jones

Committee Member

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Rebecca Jones

Committee Member

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Nicola Whitley

Associate Committee Member

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Annette Jones

Committee Member

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Tim Jones

Committee Member

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