Mrs Pat MartinChair of Trustees
Pat has been Chair of the Trustees since 2013 but has been a keen supporter of MAP from its start. Pat was a volunteer with the WRVS for 7 years and an advisor with the local Citizens Advice Bureau for 12 years, but is now retired from both these posts. She was previously a teacher for 14 years of leisure classes in Floral Art and CEO for 6 years of the National Association of Floral Design. Pat is a committed Christian, currently church treasurer, and supporter of a number of local and national charities.
Mrs Jo TulipSecretary
Jo has been a volunteer with MAP for the last 10 years. Prior to retirement she was a secondary school secretary for 9 years and Playgroup Leader of an independent voluntary run charity also for 9 years. Jo is a Churchwarden and Trustee of the local parish church, Branch leader and Chairman of the local Mothers’ Union, and Chairman and campaigner with the local Fairtrade steering group.
Mr Brian Dummigan
Brian has been a volunteer with MAP for 8 years. After gaining a maths degree he spent his working life teaching maths and computer science. He has been a charity fund raiser for the NSPCC.
Mr Brian GloverTreasurer
Before taking early retirement in 2011, Brian was a Chartered Engineer and Middlesbrough Council’s senior technical officer with oversight of the Council’s Architectural and Engineering Services. His career in Local Government spanned over 39 years.
Brian is currently a Trustee and Treasurer of the Middlesbrough Environment City Trust Ltd. MEC’s charitable mission is to encourage all sectors of Middlesbrough’s community to adopt more sustainable and healthier lifestyles.
Within the local Methodist Church Circuit, Brian is currently entering his fifth and final year as part of the Leadership Team and as Circuit Steward with special responsibly for property matters.
Brian lives in Middlesbrough with his wife Sheila, whilst their grown up children, Victoria & James, live with their partners in Leeds and Warwick.
Mr Stuart NimmoRepresentative from Middlesbrough & Eston Methodist Circuit.
Stuart has retired from a 40 year career in education which included 30 years as a teacher and senior manager in secondary schools. Following this he managed a new technology Centre for Redcar & Cleveland LA as part of a government initiative to introduce new approaches to ICT across the curriculum.
Stuart has been a lay preacher in the Methodist Church for 40 years and is a member of the Circuit Leadership Team with a responsibility for social justice issues. He also represents the Circuit as a Trustee on the board of Together Middlesbrough & Cleveland serving as its Treasurer.

Our other Trustees are:

Rev. Susan Greenwood

John Hinman

Reg Bellerby

Together our Trustees bring a wealth of experience to fulfil their specific roles with an emphasis on providing a caring, supportive and safe environment and provide where possible practical help for our asylum seekers and refugees.