Steve Turvill, Chairman
Born (1965) and bred in Cambridge, I am the owner of Limoncello Delicatessen in Mill Road and I live locally, in Argyle Street. In 2011, I began campaigning to open the Lakes so that they can be free for all to enjoy. I’m particularly keen to get swimming allowed. I am committed to steering Camlakes as a high quality, environmentally friendly project that benefits the entire community.
Fiona Gilsenan, CommunicationsI moved to Romsey in 2012 and was amazed to see that there is a beautiful natural area so close to the city yet fenced off from the public. Because my background is in communications, I offered to help Steve with social media for the Camlakes project. I fully believe that one day we’ll be able to raise a glass of Limoncello Prosecco lakeside, before diving into that very enticing water.
Originally from Wellington, New Zealand, I moved to Romsey 4 years ago, where my I enjoy the community with my wife and child. I like to build and improve things but unfortunately I can’t create a mountain to enjoy typical New Zealand pursuits like bungey jumping or building hobbit houses. The chalk pits could be the next best thing: a place where youth and community can explore nature and sports on their doorstep.