Graham Thompson

Chair - Graham Thompson

A retired GP, has been studying the history of the Teign Valley for 10 years. He is also chairman of the Teign Valley Museum & Archive Trust and co-chair of the East Dartmoor History Association, which helps budding historians understand research methods into local & social history. He was, recently, awarded the Advanced Diploma in Local History from Oxford.

David Taylor

Treasurer - David Taylor

Nearly retired farmer with an interest in medieval history, the natural environment, and how to avoid diy.

Vacancy - Events Secretary

Contact Graham if you are interested in helping

Maggie Bonnell

Catering - Maggie Bonnell

I have lived in Christow since June 2000 and have been involved with the History Society from the beginning. Some years ago I did some research into the effects of extreme weather in the Teign Valley and, more recently, explored the stories of the valley men who did not return from World War I. Currently I take charge of the refreshments at the bi-monthly talks.

Tony Cook

Tony Cook

Tony Cook is a retired journalist, broadcaster and social entrepreneur. He lives in Christow and was the founding Chair of the Teign Valley History Group. He is a Trustee of the proposed Teign Valley Museum and Archive Centre.

Jerry Horsman

Jerry Horsman

Livestock farmer in Ashton since 1970. Degree in history and subsequent teaching in 1960s. Rosemary, his wife, has certificate in local history studies.

Sue Knox

Sue Knox

I am a retired doctor, having spent most of my professional career working in the Maternity Department of the R.D.&E. Since retirement I have been a Red Coat Guide for the city of Exeter. I am a Trustee of the Stringer Lawrence Memorial Trust which owns the Haldon Belvedere. I have lived in the area since 1989. I am married and have 3 daughters.

(c) Teign Valley History Group 2019