Kevin Mahon

Kevin Mahon

Elected as Trustee in 2018 and Chair in 2021 A proud Scouser, Kevin set up home in Harrow in 1974. Having married Gretta in 1976, they raised a family of two boys, Keiran and Laurie, and became patients at the Pinn Practice when the team of GPs held their surgery in Northumberland Road in North Harrow. Now retired, Kevin followed much of advice he was given – he has undertaken some travel, learned to play a musical instrument, joined a choir, become a better gardener and a better cook and has undertaken some voluntary work - since 2012 volunteering as a driver for the Pinn Medical Centre taking patients to the surgery or to the local hospitals as required. Kevin is now retired from his work as a Headteacher, a…
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Martin Grossman

Martin Grossman

Elected as Trustee in 2018 Martin moved to Pinner with his wife and young family in the mid-1980s and they immediately registered as patients at the Pinn. Professionally qualified as a Graduate Electronics Engineer, being a “people person”, Martin has spent the majority of his working life in a variety of Sales and Marketing roles within the UK Electro-Technical Industry. For the last few years, Martin has worked for a UK based Semiconductor manufacturer that designs and supplies components into the global communications markets. He is currently responsible for the company’s activities in the UK and most of Western Europe and spends a significant amount of time travelling around these areas. Outside of his working life, Martin has always liked to get involved in other activities, particularly in the local…
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Nicky Heskin

Nicky Heskin

Elected as Trustee in 2016 Nicky is a veteran marketeer with over thirty years experience in the entertainment industry spanning music, computer games, video and latterly the lm sector where she is currently Head of Creative Servicing at an international lm distribution company. Her strengths include post-production, production and process planning, communication and marketing.  She is a long-time resident of Pinner, a mother of two teenage children and has previous charity experience over the course of ten years, latterly as the Chair of the Parent Teacher Association at a Harrow primary school. This particular role focussed heavily on fund raising for the school whilst bringing the school and wider community together. She hopes to bring her marketing and communication skills to the PMCPA, particularly in the areas of fundraising, recruiting…
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Phillip Snell

Phillip Snell

Elected as Trustee in 2016 Phillip has had a long career in education and was a head for almost twenty years including a range of additional responsibilities as an Assessor and tutor for NPQH, a member of the London Recognition Panel for Investors in People, a graduate of Common Purpose, a member of LB Brent Education Committee and a Governor and now Hon. Fellow of the University of Westminster. His varied interests included membership of Central Middlesex Relate, Council and National Executive member of the Secondary Heads Association and Chairman of the British Association for Local History. Local involvement included membership of the Parochial Church Council of St. John the Baptist (Pinner) and he is currently a member of the Management Board of the West House and William Heath Robinson…
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George Bardwell

George Bardwell

Elected as Trustee in 2016 and Vice Chair in 2021 George moved to Pinner with his wife and four children in the mid-seventies and has always been an enthusiastic supporter of the NHS in general and the Pinn Medical Centre in particular. Much of his working life was spent in the civil service in the Department of Health, where he worked on NHS funding; on professional matters and pay for physiotherapists, radiographers and other health professionals; and on health policy for elderly people. On leaving the civil service he pursued a second career in management consultancy in the reform of public administration – the great majority of which was spent in Eastern Europe and in developing countries in Africa. George was secretary of the Pinn Medical Centre Patients’ Association from…
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