Paul Simons - Chair
Architect and past Lethaby Scholar with the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings. Experienced in restoring historic buildings. Former Head of Tourism Bath, Vice-Chair of the National Heritage Training Group and Vice-President of the European Spas Association.
Sally Helvey - Head of Marketing
Bringing PR and marketing skills from her previous experience with charities such as Wellbeing of Women and running her own private Bath tour company.
Andy Mullett - Financial Accountant
Chartered Accountant with a wide range of Charity and Not for Profit experience, most recently as Head of Finance for Bath Tourism Plus. Responsible for financial and strategic planning, including cost plans and cashflows.
Having led the successful Combe Down Stone Mines project throughout the 'noughties', is well-suited to our campaign and eager to promote a vibrant and fresh image of the Pools. Headed up the Bicentenary celebrations in 2015 including a '200 Years of Bathing' Fashion Show and a 'Party at the Pools'.
Dr Linda Watts
With a background in local government, research and community development, made a significant contribution to each stage of the Heritage Lottery Fund application. Now collating historical research for the Pools, giving talks to local societies and clubs about their history and forthcoming restoration, and collaborating with both Bath universities to create student placements in recognition of their support to our campaign.
Anna Baker - Project Director
Anna is a project manager and chartered architect with a particular interest in historic buildings and experience in a wide range of construction projects.
Community Liaison and Volunteer Officer - to be appointed
Finance and Administration Office to be appointed
Sharron Davies MBE
Professor June Hannam
Stephanie Millward MBE
Olympic, commonwealth, world and European swimming medalist and holder of over 200 British records and 3 World Masters records. Competed 3 Olympics. Ambassador for British Olympic association bid team London 2012. Working mum of 3 and campaigner for a fitter society, starting with our youngsters.
A specialist in labour and women’s history from the late nineteenth century to 1940s. Has published books on socialism and feminism in that period and undertaken local research into suffragette activity in Bath. Helps run the Larkhall History Society and co-chairs the West of England and South Wales Women’s History Network.
Double Paralympic Gold Medallist, 10 times Paralympic medallist, 4x world champion, 15 x European Gold Medallist, numerous British and European records and three times World record Holder.
Enjoys inspiring everyone to be the best they possibly can be. Dreams really do come true!
Website - Frank Tompson
Member of the walking/cycling community that helped make the Bath Two Tunnels Greenway a reality
"After hard work and sheer perseverance by the Trust and its advisers it's looking like we will have a magnificent and unique pool in Bath that we can all enjoy for a proper outdoor swim.”
Olympic swimmer Sharron Davies