Romney Tweed is a Community Interest Company, and any surplus finance will be reinvested in the business or used to support other local community projects as laid out in the Declaration on Formation of a community interest company.
The company No. 8850986 was incorporated on 24 January 2014
Admiral of the Fleet the Lord Boyce, KG,GCB,OBE,DL, Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports and Governor of Dover Castle
Sir David Wootton, former Lord Mayor of London, and Deputy Chairman of the City Wool Advisory Board
Patricia Alston,ONZM, Founder of Romney Tweed CIC, former Chairman of British Diplomatic Spouses Association, Chairman of World Traders Sheep Drive Committee 2008.
Robert Alston,CMG,QSO,DL, retired diplomat, former Chairman of the Governors of Marsh Academy and Ardingly College. Member of Kent Ambassadors and Deputy Lieutenant of Kent, Past Master World Trader.
John Corneille, Independent management consultant, former PwC Partner and Chair of the Pro Bono committee of the Worshipful Company of Management Consultants.
Edna Delaney, Managing Director, Romney Resource Centre, which specialises in assisting educational underachievers, NEETS, the unemployed and early school leavers.
Alison Gowman, Partner in DLA Piper UK LLP, Alderman of the City of London. Trustee of several organisations. Past Master Glover.
Ursula Underhill, Consultant in education and assessment. Previously worked for Cambridge International Examinations (a department of the University of Cambridge). Taught for 17 years in secondary, further and higher education.
Alan Milne, FCIS, Chartered Secretary in Practice with International Experience.
Romney Tweed would like to thank the following for their support in getting us to this point:-
Bill and Jean Skidmore
Dr Heather McLaughlin
Canterbury Christ Church University
The Romney Sheep Breeders Society
Romney Marsh Wools
Kent Wool Growers
Gordon and Brenda Wimble
Damian Collins, MP
David and Georgina Baker
The Worshipful Company of Drapers
The Colyer Fergusson Trust
Central St Martins University of the Arts
Campaign for Wool
Dege & Skinner
Dash & Miller