Andrew Dimmock, Chairman

Andrew is married with 3 children, and currently lives in High Wycombe.  He spent 12 years as director of an NGO in West Africa, implementing feeding programmes and community development projects in poor urban neighbourhoods.  He first became involved with Partner Aid UK in 2015.

Elizabeth Fewkes

Elizabeth is married with 2 children.  Her current role is working for a government funded programme that brings people together for better understanding of each other in multi-faith, multi-ethnic areas across West London.  Previous to this work, Elizabeth has worked with asylum seekers & refugees, lived & worked in Pakistan as well as visiting projects overseas as part of her work with Scripture Union. 

She believes strongly that the people living in their neighbourhoods are the best people placed to identify some of the challenges facing their community and indeed the solutions to help change the situation.

Randy Lawler

Randy is married with 6 children and 26 grand-children.  All his children have spent time in mission and 4 of them still work wtih missions.  He and his wife, Margie, spent 38 years (Belgium, Sudan, England) doing ministry to people from the Middle East.  Randy is now pastoring a church for Internationals and refugees in inner London.

Jan Merrow-Smith

Jan’s first involvement with PAUK was as Communications Consultant in 2017, a role she still enjoys, becoming a trustee in July 2020.  Born to missionary parents serving in Nigeria, Jan later travelled with her husband to Botswana to teach, along with their young children.

The family returned to the UK in 2007 and Jan serves as one of a team leading worship in her local church and enjoys teaching African marimbas.  Her eldest two daughters, now adult, both work in mission in the UK.

Dr Roland Morris

Roland was a trustee of a mission to peoples of North Africa, the Middle East and Asia.  He has been a trustee of PartnerAid UK since its relaunch in 2001.  He worked as a GP in Bedford where he lives.



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