Tony Murdock is a highly-qualified tourism professional with extensive experience in hotel, catering and event management over 15 years. He is a member of t he Institute of Hospitality, the Cambridgeshire Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Cambridgeshire Hoteliers Association.
He has a keen interest in green issues and supporting charitable initiatives in the region. Tony and his partner Clare have three children and he enjoys family life, reading, music and golf.
David Munro is the owner of the Munro Group of companies which was established in 1953. He is a freeman of the City of London, a member the Worshipful Company of Farriers and a member of the Rotary Club of Cambridge Rutherford.
David is married to Charlotte. He has five children and likes to keep fit by walking, cycling and playing golf. A keen rugby fan, he attends local and national team matches. His hobby has been likened to the ‘Grand Designs’ programme – he has built and/or completely renovated and resided in a succession of eight houses.
A keen believer in community support, he is able to assist many charities both financially and ‘hands on’ mainly through his membership of his local Rotary club.
Steve Barry is managing director of the Munro Group Ltd. It is a family-owned business with interests in construction, property and hotels.
He has two children and has been married to Karen for 28 years . A keen Manchester United fan, he also enjoys motorcycling, skiing and playing the guitar (badly!). Steve made the national Motorcycle News by writing off a brand new bike half a mile from home with only two miles on the clock. The family is also involved in voluntary work for the Alzheimer’s Society.
Malcolm Watson is a director of the Munro Group and a director and Chairman of a number of other Cambridge companies. He has been married to Joan for 30 years. They have cared for what he describes as ‘a never-ending supply of horses and cats.’ He enjoys watching sport, gardening and, ‘as Cambridge is very flat,’ he likes to cycle.
Malcolm has always believed in giving something back to the community in which he lives. He is a parish councillor, a governor of St Bede’s Inter Church School and became involved in rugby administration after he stopped playing.