Wayne is a past member of Cromwell Rotary and a past Projects Director. He did a huge amount of work on many of our now annual projects.
He is also a past President of the Cromwell Golf Club where he still volunteers on a very regular basis.
He is currently Chairman of the Cromwell Welfare Trust which provides support and guidance to 3 critical community groups.
The first being the Care and Friendship group which provides entertainment and connection for our senior citizens, the meals on wheels volunteers and also the Cromwell Foodbank which our club has regularly supported.
Shortly after Wayne moved to Cromwell permanently around 2010 he joined the committee of the Central Lakes Equestrian Club. The following year Wayne was elected chairman.
The Central Lakes Equestrian Club is a voluntary group that manages the Cromwell racecourse reserve on behalf of the community and the Council.
Wayne's leadership and negotiation skills have been of major benefit in the management and development of the reserve. There are several leases including the Police, Army and MENZ shed, plus many other users of the racecourse including school cross-country races.
For the last 5 years, there have been ongoing discussions with the Council over various items.  Wayne's skills have been very much to the forefront in progressing several issues tactfully.
Lastly but certainly not least - Wayne is also a keen member of the Lowburn Curling Club and has taken on the task of selecting teams for the indoor ice.
We take this opportunity to congratulate Wayne and thank him for his ongoning service to the community.