The team

Chairman - Scott Snowling

Chairman – Scott Snowling

Scott SnowlingChairman
Scott started the TCLT, as a former RNLI lifeboat crew member he is keen to be in and around the maritime environment, especially having lived in Lowestoft since birth. Scott is passionate to see the heritage of Lowestoft preserved. Having been volunteering with Maritime & Youth projects since age 14 he’s no stranger to some of the work involved. in his own time he’s involved in restoring various British Cars & 4x4s.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Engineer – Captain (Eng) Jules Morgan (No Photo)

Engineer – Captain (Eng) Jules Morgan (No Photo)

Captain (Eng) Jules Morgan – Engineering Advisor

Jules, Joint Managing Director of KPM Marine brings a raft of highly relevant experience to the table. much akin to the Howard Hughes of the 21st Century (or Tony Stark for all you Marvel Fans), he has designed equipment and parts for companies such as Williams Renault F1, Lotus, TVR, and more recently various vessel systems, Robotics, and Naval Architecture with the emphasis on Safety, reliability and weight savings and is keen to help out with the outfitting of Rotary service to a very high standard.

Chris Dunne – Volunteer Coordinator
Chris is one of the very dedicated team of Volunteers, having recently risen to the ranks of the Trustees, He brings his experience as a maintenance engineer and electrician. A keen boater himself Chris is very happy to get stuck in with the work on board Rotary Service.