MEET THE TEAM
Ann studied at Kings Lynn College in business studies and she then went on to work at Lloyds Bank in Watton for seven years before marrying and starting a family.
Ann founded the Watton Daycare Centre for the elderly before moving to Gibraltar to support her husband’s career. On her return she joined W H Brown and was with the company for twenty seven years, twenty of which as branch manager at Attleborough and Watton.
Ann is now retired and continues to support her husband’s business.
Clare trained as a legal executive and worked in the in house legal department of Norwich Union undertaking commercial mortgage conveyancing transactions. During that period Clare was involved with Norfolk Young farmers including a year as county chairman.
After getting married, Clare and her husband Neil formed Rowling Building Services and carry out a variety of quality building contracts which include new builds, renovations, including listed buildings, as well as extensions, structural alterations and property development.
Clare has three school aged children, ensuring there is never a quiet moment in the Rowling Household!
Debbie trained as a teacher but soon moved to a career in marketing. She worked a Marketing Manager in London until the late 1980's when she and he husband gave up the rat race to travel. They moved to Norfolk in 1992 where they settled down to convert an Old Chapel and have a family. In 1997 Debbie began working freelance, securing contracts with Norfolk TEC and the LSC. In 2003 she and her husband set up 2up - a small marketing agency which specialises in support for small businesses. From these early beginnings Debbie has broadened her skills to photography and web design.
Debbie is very involved with her local community and served as as chair of her local Parish council for 10 years and is a member of her Village Hall Committee.
“I have completed training run in partnership by Garden Organic and Norfolk Council and am now a Master Composter! I work as a volunteer to help people to reduce waste and to compost successfully. If you need help or advice please contact me. As well as my volunteer activities I work with my husband at Supra Medical. We supply bespoke cranial and facial implants for neurosurgeons. In my past I have worked for 2 children’s charities in their retail sector and have run my own business as a Colour and Image Consultant under the banner of House of Colour. I have 2 children, Richard who works for Norfolk Council in Road Safety and Natalie, who is a dementia nurse. I also have 4 lovely grandchildren and a cat called Daisy.”