Judy has been watching football all of her life – with pretty much all of her male family members playing. She’s watching her Grandsons play now and joined the committee because she was so impressed by the positive coaching style of the Terriers coaches.
A Director of a national charity, Judy is new to junior football management, but is passionate about creating a safe, fun environment for kids to grow in their footballing skills and confidence.
John is a 43 year old married father of two. He lived and attended school in Bedlington before moving to Morpeth when he got married. John spent 15 years in the catering and hospitality industry, working as chef. He is a funeral director, based at several offices in the Bedlington area. and has been a Bedlington Terriers fan since the age of 10, attending his first match in August 1985. He is excited about his new role at Bedlington Terriers Juniors and is committed to helping local children develop their football abilities and to help them grow in all aspects of their personal and social development.
Caroline is a mother of 2 and has watched both children play in a number of clubs since being small. The one thing she really appreciates about Bedlington Terriers Juniors above all other clubs is the positive coaching ethos.
She is a qualified chartered accountant and works as a management accountant at Sage. She is looking forward to seeing the club grow and offer opportunities to local children.
Alison is the club welfare officer and in charge of all child protect matters. She combines her role with committee work for the Senior team and is a regular at Bedlington Terriers games. She is an experienced primary school teacher and is committed to helping develop football at grassroots level. She cannot wait to see the first players from Terriers Juniors step out at Dr Pit Welfare Park for the first team and is delighted to be involved with such a forward thinking club.
Child Protection Officer
Angela lives in Bedlington and is Mum to a budding goalkeeper with the Terriers Juniors. She currently works for the NHS in information and training management. Previously she worked for Fulham FC in London, helping manage matchday events and sponsorship.
Her role with Bedlington Terriers Juniors is as club Data Officer so she has responsibility to ensure the information we keep about players and their families is used safely, legally and responsibly.
Amanda is a married mother of 2 living in Bedlington. By day she is an accountant and in the evenings and weekends she is either watching her daughter dance or her son play football for the Terriers. She is a keen amateur photographer wanting to capture moments such as kids enjoying themselves. She joined Terrier's committee having been so impressed by the genuine team bond in the original Terriers team. Amanda's role is to seek funds for the club to add extra value to the children's experience at Terriers Juniors.
Dylan is the youngest member on the committee at 16 years old and currently is working as a Nissan car technician. He is also the joint manager at the Terriers u7s and spends most of his life watching and playing football and cricket. He has been playing football for 10 years now and cricket for 7 and is is looking forward to his new role helping children develop their ability as footballers.
Joe is an A-Level student who spends A lot of time playing and watching football and cricket. He played junior football in the local area for 9 years and he is just embarking on his coaching career as he completes his FA coaching qualification and will be jointly managing our U7 team. Like his dad he is a keen Ipswich Town fan and a regular at Bedlington Terriers Seniors games when he is not playing cricket for Cramlington.
Dave is a former UEFA B coach and PE teacher who now manages his own business aimed at improving the quality of Physical Education in Primary Schools in the North East. Dave is also our Assistant CWO.
Dave has been a National PE trainer for the Youth Sport Trust; worked with Teacher Training Programmes at 2 universities and has acted as Local Authority Advisor and Olympic Legacy Coordinator for Newcastle City Council.
Football Development Officer
David is a married 40 year old living in Ashington and employed as a cosmetic household repair technician. He has been a Bedlington Terriers supporter for 25 years and in recent years has served on the Senior club's management committee and is now Secretary of the seniors. David's role on the committee will see him liaise and form a vital link between senior and junior clubs.
Steve is an accountant by day but most of the rest of the time he spends on Junior football coaching and watching his son play cricket. 10 Years of being involved with the local Junior football scene he started his coaching career with GuidePost Juniors, before going on to coach with Ashington. Yorkshire born brought up in West Cumbria, Bedlington resident now after going via Ipswich & Burnley amongst other places. Steve enjoys watching Terriers seniors along with being a keen Ipswich Town fan.