Wendy and husband Ian moved to Oxford in 1987, and have two sons. Before retiring in 2016, Wendy was a biochemist working in the Chemistry Department at Oxford University studying chemical mechanisms of biological reactions, and has previously developed biological assays. Both Wendy and Ian still try to play hockey, although at a more sedate pace than in previous years.
After a career with the Oxford University Press that included living and working in Africa and the Arab World, Michael now confines his publishing to helping with The Quarterly and printing on presses in his garage and at the Story Museum. He and his family live in Wolvercote.
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John has lived in the Parish and attended St. Peter’s almost all his life. He began his association with the Church by attending Sunday School, thanks to Mrs Smith of Rosamund Road when the vicar was Rev. Paul Rebbeck, and progressed to Choir Member and Server. During the incumbencies of Rev. M. Ottaway, Rev. G. Murray, and Rev. D. Michaels, he has been Sexton, Parish Clerk, and Church Warden, and he is still a Sidesman, Bellringer and a member of the PCC.
Born into a clergy family, Caroline trained as a nurse and midwife and spent many years working in the Neonatal Unit at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, where she was Nurse Manager before she retired. She served as Church Warden for six years from 2001 to 2007.