President and Patrons
Michael More-Molyneux, Lord-Lieutenant of Surrey
Michael More-Molyneux is the President of Headway Surrey and he has lived in the county all his life.
His family has been there for five centuries. A businessman, he runs Loseley Park Farms. He is a former Chair of Visit Surrey and President of the Surrey County Agricultural Society. He is a main Board member of the Historic Houses Association (HHA) and also chairs the south-east region of the HHA and is a Director of the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre. He also gives active support to a number of voluntary causes. These include Shooting Star Chase; the military, as Vice-President of the Surrey Branch of SSAFA; and as Chairman of the Guildford Cathedral Appeal. The More-Molyneux family donated land to build a children’s hospice which is named after their middle son Christopher. Michael More-Molyneux lives at Loseley with his wife Sarah above. They have two surviving sons and a daughter.
Six months after his appointment as Lord-Lieutenant by HM The Queen, he said: “I am committed to encouraging and supporting the voluntary, charitable and faith sectors, benevolent organisations and the industrial, business and social life of our county. The welcome that I have received thus far from communities and individuals across Surrey has been inspirational and energising and I relish developing my role."
Andrew Wates OBE DL
Andrew Wates OBE DL is the former Chairman of Wates Group, one of the UK’s largest private construction companies.
Wates has been committed to supporting and improving the communities in which it works through corporate philanthropy.
He has supported Headway Surrey for many years and understands the importance of providing the correct support to those that need it, when they are at their most vulnerable. Wates Group Ltd also supports Hard Hat Awareness Week.
He says Headway Surrey does tremendous work helping those with brain injury. Wates Group Ltd values its workforce and recognises the importance of wearing hard hats to prevent brain injury and concussion.
Anthony Doyle MBE
Anthony Doyle MBE is British former professional cyclist 1980-1995. He was world pursuit champion in 1980 and 1986. He became a regular in six day track racer during the 1980s, winning 23 six days. As a result, he was and still is Britain's most successful six day rider and received a MBE for services to cycling in 1989.
In 1989 Tony Doyle suffered from a serious head injury and multiple fractures at the Munich Six day. He was given the last rites and was in a coma for ten days. He spent six weeks in ITU, followed by two months in a rehabilitation centre. Due to the extent of his injuries it was predicted that he would be unable to return to professional racing. However, against all odds, he took silver in the team pursuit at the 1994 Commonwealth Games in Victoria, Canada. He is an active supporter of Headway Surrey and has given motivational talks on his injury to survivors of brain injury at Headway Surrey to encourage them on their rehabilitation journey.