We are really pleased that Councillor Simon Hancock has agreed to become a Patron of HOPE. Councillor Hancock has a record of public service stretching over 32 years. He has been a Neyland town Councillor since 1987 and has been town mayor nine times. A founder member of Pembrokeshire County Council in 1996 he is currently chairman and has occupied many rules in the council and other public bodies like the Care Council for Wales, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority and Hywel Dda University Health Board. Councillor Hancock is a Justice of the Peace and is a museum curator. He has been curator of the Haverfordwest Town Museum since 1998 and is a history graduate with a PhD from Cardiff University. He occupies many public roles including chairman of the Pembrokeshire Historical Society and Haverfordwest Civic Society and sits on a number of boards including the Torch Theatre and VC Gallery.
Councillor Hancock said ‘ I am honoured and delighted to have been asked to become a Patron of HOPE Therapy Centre. The charity does incredible work for service users and their families and is rightly held in the highest regard.’