Molly Whyatt Watts

Why I want to be a member of the TREC GB Board of Trustees

I have enjoyed TREC for many years and I now feel this is the right time to offer my skills and experience for the benefit of TREC GB by standing for election as a Trustee.

I enjoy working as part of a team and through my farming and catering businesses have experience in management, accounting and regulation. I also have experience in retail management, project management and quantity surveying and am a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.

I have acted as Chair of Lawrenny Community Shop, which is run as a Community Interest Company. This has many similarities to the Charity Commission requirements for TREC GB, so this gives me some insight as what is needed.

I am also a qualified instructor (BHS AII), have First Aid at Work and Food Hygiene qualifications.

The last year has been difficult for many organisations, including TREC GB and will be for a while to come and I wish to play my part in helping TREC GB through this and developing TREC for the future generations to enjoy

TREC Experience

I first started TREC in 2003 and have competed at all levels, but mostly at Level 3 pairs. Above all, I enjoy the POR, with it’s riding out and navigation challenges and the social side of competitions.

I am a TREC GB judge, Technical Delegate, Organiser, Trainer of Judges, a member of the Training Working Group and am actively involved with my local TREC Club and regularly help to plan and run events.