Charity Governance

How We are Run

Our Management

The governing body of St Peter's Hospice is the Board of Trustees, which meets four times a year. In addition, the charity is managed on a daily basis by the Management Team headed by our Chief Executive.

Reports and Accounts

Download our latest Annual Report and Accounts

Five Year Strategy

Download our Five-Year Strategy for the period 2016-2021. You can also view a condensed version here.

Annual Review

Download our 2018-19 Annual Review

Gender Pay Gap Report

Download our 2018 Gender Pay Gap Report

Fundraising Regulator

Fundraising Regulator logoSt Peter's Hospice are registered with the Fundraising Regulator. We agree to meet the Code of Fundraising Practice and commit to the Fundraising Promise.

Institute of Fundraising

Institute of Fundraising Organisational Membership

St Peter's Hospice are organisational members of the Institute of Fundraising.


Our Trustees are responsible for controlling the management and administration of St Peter's Hospice. They make decisions and work together through meetings of the Board of Trustees.

New Trustees and Co-opted Board Members

We are currently recruiting new Trustees and co-opted Board Members. Would you like to support a great cause? We are open to all and seeking to strengthen the breadth of our wonderful Board. We are particularly keen to hear from people with expertise in:

  • Lived experience of palliative and end-of-life care services – perhaps as a family member, carer or health professional
  • Income generation and/or fundraising
  • Property, estate and/or facilities
  • Procurement and/or contract management

If you are interested, please call Frank Noble, our Chief Executive on 0117 915 9516 for an initial informal conversation.

Our Trustees

Dr Peter Goyder, Chairman

Peter Goyder

Peter trained as a doctor at the University of Bristol, qualifying in 1986. He has been working as a GP in East Bristol for over 20 years with particular interest in care of the elderly, palliative care and minor surgery.

He has been involved in clinical governance, redesign of clinical services and commissioning of health for over 10 years through Primary Care Trusts and clinical commissioning. He is currently on the board of the Bristol Clinical Commissioning Group.

Peter is married to a midwife, has two teenage children and enjoys running and cycling. He became a Trustee in October 2012.

Helen Staines, Vice Chair

Helen Staines

Helen was born in Northumberland and spent parts of her childhood in west Africa where her father worked. She settled in Sussex where she went to school before reading law at Bristol University. Helen qualified as a solicitor and works full time as a litigation partner in international law firm DAC Beachcroft LLP. She is married with two daughters.

Roger Isaacs, Treasurer

Roger Isaacs

Roger is a Partner of Milsted Langdon LLP, where he co-ordinates the firm’s forensic accountancy activities. He is qualified as a licensed insolvency practitioner, a CEDR accredited mediator and member of the academy of experts. He became a Trustee in October 2010.

Mark Campbell, Trustee

Mark Campbell

Mark was born in Dubai, before moving to the UK and studying at St Andrews University in Scotland. He worked in London for 13 years as an Investment Manager and latterly as a Private Banker, before moving to Bristol in 2011.

In 2012 Mark joined Lloyds Banking Group where he eads up Lloyds Private Clients team for the Wales and West region, which recently has set up a joint venture called Schroders Personal Wealth. He is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investments. He lives near Chew Stoke with his wife, Louise, and their three young children.

Alison Moon, Trustee

Alison Moon

A long-time resident of Bristol and a nurse since 1980 with an MA in Management, Alison has held a variety of clinical and leadership roles across the NHS. Alison is an experienced Board level Director and has been on the Board of Trustees at the Hospice since 2012.

Alison is a qualified Executive Coach and holds Non-Executive Director roles in Bristol, North Somerset and South Glos Clinical Commissioning Group and Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust respectively.

Martin Mohan, Trustee

Martin Mohan

Martin has over 25 years' experience as a Director and Business Manager in the IT services and software arena. He acts as a non-Executive Director and Advisor for small businesses and is also a trustee at the learning difficulties and autism charity Brandon Trust. Martin is married with grown up children and has lived in Bristol for over 40 years.

Paul Montague, Trustee

Paul Montague

Born in London, Paul grew up in a small village in Oxfordshire. He studied Building Surveying in Liverpool, moving to Bristol on graduation. Paul is a Partner at Alder King where he has worked for over 20 years heading up the Building Consultancy and Project Management team, working on a wide variety of commercial properties and projects across the UK. He is lives in Westbury on Trym with his wife Katie and two teenage children.

Claire Buchanan, Trustee

Claire Buchanan

Claire is an experienced human resources and organisational development director. After graduating, she worked in the NHS until taking up her current role as Chief People Officer at the University of Bristol.

She has an MA in Human Resource Management, is a Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Personnel and Development and an Executive Coach. Claire lives in Bristol and is married with two teenage sons.

Darren Spicer, Trustee

Darren Spicer

Darren has lived and worked in the Bristol area for over 20 years. He trained and qualified as a chartered accountant with KPMG before working for AXA in a variety of senior financial and commercial roles. He is now Director of Finance, HR and IT for an international events and market research business based in the city. Darren has a personal connection with the hospice who cared for his late wife.