Your Council 22/23

Who are we and what do we do?

Dr Jon Murden NMMT CEO
I have been getting acquainted with how things are done at Beaulieu and in the National Motor Museum Trust, focusing on meeting Trustees, staff, volunteers, members and other key stakeholders, learning more about the wonderful collections we care for.
We have ambitious plans for driving the National Motor Museum forward, many of which I hope will resonate with your reasons for joining the Beaulieu One Hundred. As you are a crucial part of the family of supporters who help the National Motor Museum to thrive, I hope to share with you the inside track on these developments as the strategy takes its final shape.
As well as my background in museum management and development, you may already know that I love my cars – especially bread-and-butter post-war British classics.
Jon can be contacted on 077754 58917

David Shaw has always been interested in cars and motorcycles but the real passion is two wheels. “I have a small collection of mainly British bikes, mainly Triumph and Norton, and have also raced an Indian motorcycle on the land speed mecca of Bonneville!”
David has been a member since 2014, and was welcomed in as the new Chair at the Palace House summer meeting in 2021.
David can be contacted on 07980 276952

Andrew Thomas With over 35 years’ experience of fundraising with not for profit organisations and charities in the UK working for Save the Children, Oxfam, UNICEF UK and the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) and latterly running the Prince’s Youth Business Trust raising £40 million in 2 years, Andrew was an obvious choice to be elected on the board of NMMT Trustees in 2020.
In 1990, Andrew started Charity Consultants Ltd as the UK’s first network consultancy specialising in fundraising & strategic change for NGOs. The business specialises in major gift fundraising consultancy, strategic consultancy, corporate fundraising, grants fundraising and researching donors.
15 years ago he also founded Prospecting for Gold Ltd, one of the UK’s leading prospect research company aiming help charities solve their fundraising challenges such as researching charity databases for HNWI prospects and influential gate keepers; researching wealthy individuals; researching companies; international prospect research, grant making research and bid writing, fundraising compliance, fundraising consultancy for not for profit organisations, prospect research training and seminars
Andrew’s past volunteer board memberships have included the Institute of Fundraising (of which he is a Fellow), Association of Fundraising Consultants, International Committee for International Year of the Disabled, International Year of Shelter, Globe Theatre Appeal Committee, Friends of the Earth, International Council for the World Congress on Philanthropy and Running the ACEVO and Community Foundation Network Fundraising Helplines.
He was elected onto the B100 Council in 2021 as the Trustees representative.
Andrew can be contacted on landline: +44 (0) 1884 855701 or mobile: +44 (0) 7836 737 599

Paul Denman, the approachable Close Brothers private client director, who has been in the industry for more than 3 decades, has a particular specialism in dealing with clients connected to motor racing, which is also a personal passion (Paul owns a number of classic cars). ‘I’ve been involved in the motorsport arena for over twenty years,’ he says. ‘I started working as a sponsor of a well-known professional racing driver, moving on to working with clients who raced historic Grand Prix cars. Then came more professional racing drivers, dealers and people in the motorsport media.’ Among his career highlights, meeting motor racing heroes such as Sir Stirling Moss, Jenson Button and John Surtees were some of the most memorable. Paul has been a B100 and council member since 2014.
Paul can be contacted on 07593 131689 or at

Jon Horsley is a motor engineer and the owner of Classic Cars at Cadley Garage in the heart of Savernake forest near Marlborough.
He joined the Beaulieu 100 club in 2016 and was welcomed to the council in 2018.
Jon comes from a long line of Gunsmiths so engineering is in his blood, relentlessly researching a motor car his family produced in 1910 with an experimental disc valve engine, which raced at Saltburn Sands in 1913 and currently working with the new Bloodhound LSR team.
He has a many and varied car collection dating from 1938 to present day.
“The Beaulieu 100 club is not just about what you can experience but also what you can do to support our motoring heritage”.
Jon can be contacted on 07767 253375

Wai Man Cheung is a wealth management adviser who has worked at a high level in the financial industry for over 36 years advising business owners and entrepreneurs, and is absolutely driven to achieving the best financial profile possible for every client – and one that brings real depth of knowledge, is a great recipe for success. Speaking of which, Wai is very good at recipes! In fact he is famous amongst his friends for his Chinese cooking, passed on by his father, Hong Kong Chinese born, Charlie Cheung, who is the man credited with opening the first ever Chinese takeaway in Britain! Throw into the mix his experience as a press commentator he has also been called upon in the past to comment on financial issues.
He has a passion for Porsche and feels strongly that Beaulieu should continue to preserve our motoring heritage and the 100 club is there for fellow petrol heads and lovers of history alike. He has been a member since 2017 and with the Council since 2018.
Wai can be contacted on 07734 787804

Paul Cable, spent 30 years in the Medtech market focussed on delivering new and innovative technologies supporting critically ill patients in hospitals around the world. He is very passionate about end to end marketing and delivering a positive customer experience. He now runs his own company working with companies developing new technologies.
From a very early age there has been a passion for cars and with an engineering background there has always been a car in the garage that is in some state of restoration. The number of cars has grown over the years to 4, with some getting used – sometimes in anger – participating in Classic car rallies and trials achieving 1st in class a number of times.
He joined the Beaulieu 100 in 2017 and joined the council at the end of 2019.
Paul can be contacted on 07470 460590

Richard Fuller is a Non Executive Director of Fuller, Smith and Turner PLC, many of whose pubs host car and bike rallies and also Chairman of Kempton Park Racecourse.
He has combined a passion for both four legs and four wheels and currently races a Cooper/Norton F3 500 and a Riley 12/4 Special.
Richard joined the B100 club in 2016 and is really keen on enthusing the next generation about our heritage both in terms of innovation and engineering.
Richard can be contacted on 07768 393183

Heather Jackson, responsible for B100 Membership Development, networking and recruiting members, as well as ‘editor’ of the blog, and other things… was born in what was Northern Rhodesia, now Zambia – to London and Nottingham born parents with strong motoring connections – her father was a rally driver in his spare time, and responsible for the development of the Motoring Club in Mutare, and her mother’s father worked on the Campbell family’s record attempts.
A child of the Commonwealth, she was raised in what is now Zimbabwe, and went on to spend 20 years in South Africa before coming to the UK in 2008 and joining Beaulieu in 2016. Her son joined her in 2018 and was crowned 2020 bowler of the year at Beaulieu cricket club. A keen slalom water skier when she was in South Africa, she believes 4 wheels move the body, 2 wheels move the soul.
Heather can be contacted on 07818 454519 heather.jackson@heatherjack2018

One Comment Add yours

  1. Cecile says:

    I’ve known Heather for over 30 years and she is a gem. You’re lucky to have her on your team.


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