The Police Pensioners' Housing Association Ltd (PPHA)
We are grateful to many individuals, institutions and organisations who give their time and who devote resources and effort towards support of the Police Pensioners’ Housing Association. In particular our Committee consisting :-
Ian retired from the Police in 1990, after 37 years service and then took a post with the local Health Authority. For a number of years Ian was involved with Gifford House, a facility for injured service personnel. He became a shareholder member of the PPHA in 2004, joined the Committee the following year, and became Chairman in 2010. Ian was Chairman of his local NARPO branch in Worthing for 17 years and still remains an active member.
Bob retired from the police in 1990 and then worked for West Sussex County Council for 15 years, initially in the Engineers department and latterly as a Traffic Management Consultant. Bob served as Chairman of the Chichester Branch of NARPO. He joined the PPHA Committee in 2000, initially to assist a founder member of PPHA, Don Milburn, to look after matters at The Croft. Bob then took over the additional role of secretary in 2004, and represents the PPHA at the national NARPO Conference each year.
After serving in the Police Force from 1965 to retirement in 1996, Graham then worked as a senior manager for Victim Support until 2015 and now continues as a volunteer. He has been involved with youth football for many years and is an avid fly fisherman. Graham joined PPHA as Treasurer in 2009.