This page is dedicated to all our Committee Member Volunteers, and all the hard work that they put in to keep the club running smoothly.

Committee Members

The committee members, elected at the 2019 AGM

Chairman Tim Justice
Vice Chairman Barry Drummond
Secretary Andy Cresswell
Membership Secretary Molly Gill
Treasurer Steve Burley
Coaching Development Officer Norman Gill
Skiing Coordinator Molly Gill
Child Welfare Officers Kim O’Hara
Carl Carter
Race Manager Paul Smith
Committee Member Nicky Parr
Committee Member Lucy Ridgeway
Committee Member Nick Hill
Committee Member Cameron Parr
Club Captains Meg Parr

Fin Parr

Cameron Parr

Alpine Level 1 Coach and Committee member. I started snowboarding in the late 80’s at Glenshee and only started skiing after taking my kids to Sharks in 2011.  I  converted to skiing after trying to keep up with the kids, but i’m not sure I will ever catch them.  I am a licenced FA coach and referee. I convinced Sharks members to complete Movember 2020 with a tashtastic  effort for

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Kim O’Hara

Child Welfare Officer:  I first started skiing as an adult.  My husband, John, always loved skiing and longed to get back onto the slopes.  He persuaded me to go skiing when the kids were young on the promise that if I didn’t like it then I wasn’t going again.  Well, the kids and I loved it, skiing through the mountains on a beautiful sunny day and we were hooked.  We

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Meg and Fin

Club Captains: Meg – I have been skiing for around 9 years and have such a strong love for it. Throughout my time skiing, I have been a part of the snow sport England moguls academy, and taken part in multiple races. I also really enjoy instructing and I hope to pass on my enthusiasm for the sport to younger members of the club!  Fin – I joined sharks in

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Andy Cresswell

Club Secretary Not been skiing for long but hooked. After a year in the cafe watching Dylan ski with the Sharks, I decided to try the level 1 instructors course so I could help out if needed and hopefully gain a few skills to enable me to keep up on the slopes. The keeping up hasn’t worked but learning a lot and having fun anyway! I spend the week in

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Nick Hill

Always try to be on time but was very late to finally start skiing. After a childhood of watching Ski Sunday my first go on planks was in my mid 40s when as a family we were able to give Tom and Molly the opportunity to ski that we never had as children.  Professional designer and photographer who likes to do things right. Passed Cycling Proficiency first time and like

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Nicky Parr

I didn’t start skiing until I was an adult, after a spectacularly failed attempt by Cam to make me a snowboarder – now both kids are much better skiers than I will ever be. Professionally I have worked at BT and Openreach for 20 years, and am a qualified CIMA accountant. Currently Head of Finance supporting a business with more than 12k of engineers who connect and maintain the UKs

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Lucy Ridgeway

As a secondary school teacher, I am certainly not frightened of a challenge. It was through school in 2014 I had my first experience of skiing. I started with a very brief introduction on the dry ski slope and had to progress quickly to the mountains in Italy where I had a ‘crash’ course in skiing. From that point, I joined Sharks and my ski technique has been continually improving

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Barry Drummond

SSE Level 1, UKCP Level 1 and Vice Chair. I discovered skiing fairly late when my daughter Tanisha decided she wanted to learn so I learned to ski with her. Since then we’ve both become big enthusiasts. I love skiing and since qualifying as an instructor/coach absolutely love helping to bring the best out of our amazing members too.

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Steve Burley

Treasurer and Unofficial Official Photographer

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Molly Gill

Molly Gill – Sharks Ski Club Co-ordinator I formed the Sharks Ski Club in 1989 at the request of SSV Management. The Club was initially for children age 4 – 18 years only I was employed by Sheffield Education Authority as a Teacher/Youth Worker therefore had contact with all South Yorkshire schools, colleges and youth service. I am a race official and was on ARC (Alpine Race Committee) and helped

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Norman Gill

Level 4 Coach, Level 2 Tutor Head Coach Skiing, the ski environment (be it in the mountains or in a fridge!) and ‘skiing people’ are all a constant source of adventure, excitement, exhilaration, fun and pleasure for me. I believe skiing enables an individual to find that ‘something else’ within themselves that equips them with a set of personal skills for life itself! My first experience on snow was in

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Tim Justice

UK Snowsports Level 2 Instructor BA (hons). Dip Arch. PGCE. Dip Arch Prac. 10m swimming and the one you get when you inflate your nylon pyjama bottoms. Cycling Proficiency. –          Achievements Won a few frostbite, Stoke, Pendle, Rossendale & Yorkshire Champ medals, and came joint 3rd in the O19’s female category at The Stomp. Highlight though has to be Miss Wengen 2006. –          When did you first ski? Summer 2004 – SSV.

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Paul Smith

Level 2 and Race Team Manager and Committee Member

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Carl Carter

SSE Level 1 (working towards Level 2) I first started skiing when I was at school on the old Sheffield dry slope. I then had a large break until adulthood. In 2015 I decided I wanted to get the family into skiing. This is when I discovered Sharks. We skied as a family for a few months and with the help of Shark we managed our first family ski holiday.

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