Our People

The Foundation is being run through a Guernsey Charitable Trust, which was formed on the 25th November 2011. The people who will be responsible for the Foundation and the granting of funds are as follows :

Karen New – Trustee

Karen, eldest daughter of Ray & Margaret Lowe, worked alongside her father for over 20 years and continues to run the family business. Karen is actively involved in working with local charities, most notably the Lady Taverners Guernsey Region which she chaired from 2004 to 2007, and during that time helped to give many local special needs and disadvantaged children a sporting chance.

David Warr – Trustee

David is a qualified Chartered Accountant, now semi retired, and already active within the Charitable sector in Guernsey. He is currently Vice Chairman of the Guernsey Sports Commission LBG and the Guernsey Community Foundation LBG. David has enjoyed a lifelong interest in sport most notably golf in which he has represented the Island on numerous occasions.

Jenny Nicolle – Trustee

Jenny has been involved with local sport for many years and took up the game of bowls in 1970. Jenny represented Guernsey at both Commonwealth Games and Worlds Bowls level several times prior to retiring from competitive bowls in 1996. Jenny, now semi-retired after working in the finance industry for many years, continues to work with local charities and non-profit organisations in various administration roles.

Andrew Graham – Trustee

Andy is a Director at ABN AMRO (Guernsey) Limited. He has a keen interest in sport and sports development, having been involved in many roles within the Guernsey Hockey community. He has coached both men’s and ladies teams at club level and has been involved in the coaching or managing the Guernsey Mens Island team for the last 22 years, as well as coaching the Channel Islands Men’s County team for the last 16 years. Andy was rewarded in 2013 with the Dave Dorey Memorial award for his services in coaching and development. Andy also has a keen interest in the local junior golf scene, following his daughter and her successes at both local and Junior County level.


Jeremy Frith – Trustee

Jeremy Frith is the Performance Director with the Guernsey Sports Commission and an Education Development Officer within the Educational Psychology Service. He played county cricket in England from age groups through to county 2nd XI and in the summer still returns at weekends to England where he captains Sparsholt Cricket Club having played at the club since the age of 12. He is also an ECB Level 4 Coach, Coach Educator, assessor and mentor.

Jeremy has a passion for all levels of sport and the impact that it can have on improving people’s lives. Developing a level playing field to ensure sport is inclusive of all people from all backgrounds is core to Jeremy’s focus.

Olly Tracey – Secretary

Olly is the Director of On Screen Creations Limited & operates as the Marketing Officer for Sport & Recreation Services, States of Guernsey. Previously he has spent three and a half years working for a sporting organisation in the charitable sector. Olly witnessed the benefit sport can provide to young people here in the Bailiwick first hand, and is passionate about using sport as a tool to empower young people to enjoy a better quality of life. When he isn’t behind a camera lens filming for his company he can be found out on Guernsey’s roads on two wheels keen to stay fit exercising on his bicycle.