Bike Rescue’s trustees form part of the management team. They don’t do day-to-day work, but instead look more strategically at the way the charity is run and funded. They make sure that Bike Rescue complies with the law and ensure that everything we do is within our remit as a charity. They also support the staff, and the CEO in particular, with their specialist skills and knowledge.

To contact the Trustees, please email Bike Rescue’s administrator on

Kriss Fearon, Chair

Kriss has over 20 years of experience in the world of print publishing, web project management, web and mobile usability/accessibility and social media marketing. She brings expertise in marketing and online communications.


Tom Hetherington, Treasurer

Tom Hetherington is a qualified Chartered Accountant with senior finance experience in the private sector with Yorkshire TV and ITV plc, and in the third sector with charities including Breast Cancer Campaign, the National Centre for Social Research, and Creative Skillset. He brings extensive experience of financial management and control and  business planning  to Bike Rescue. 

Rosy Cartwright, Trustee

Rosy is a Play Therapist and works with children with disabilities. She has a lot of experience in volunteering and the charity sector, working for many years as a community artist. She has experience of managing people, organising events, fundraising and managing budgets. Rosy has always loved cycling, commutes every day by bike and is keen to promote cycling as much as she can. She was one of our early volunteers.

Jamie Wilson, Trustee

Jamie was the first volunteer to join Bike Rescue shortly after it was first founded. He became a Company Director in 2010, and, following the transition from CIC to Charity, he is now a Trustee.  He graduated from the University of Bradford Management Centre in 2000, and is a Commercial Manager in the rail transport sector, as well as organising and promoting independent music events. He is very keen on cycling, and particularly excitable about exploring the countryside on vintage bicycles.