Canon Glyn Webster
Canon Glyn Webster has lived in York since he was ordained deacon in 1977. As a curate in Huntington, Vicar at St Luke's Burton Stone Lane, Senior Chaplin at York District Hospital and now Residentiary Canon at York Minster he has been involved in the City and Diocese of York in ways too numerous to mention, Glyn has a national profile in the Church of England as a member of the Archbishops' Council and is a senior member of the General Synod. He is delighted to have been asked to be Patron of York Carers Forum.








I am honoured to be a Patron of the York Carers Forum and delighted to have the opportunity of making a small contribution to show that I care.  I have been running the Best Western Monkbar Hotel in York for over ten years, and every day is an enjoyable challenge to show that I care passionately to ensure that my guests and my staff are happy and successful – our motto is “It’s the teamwork makes the dream work”.    Working together with focus and goals makes the team stronger and more professional.
Through my job I am privileged to meet many people who tirelessly work to make the world a better place for others by raising funds for good causes.    When I met the fearless pair, Irene and Kate, I came face to face with caring.  In my private life I had been a carer for many years, although I had never recognised it by that title, since I was simply looking after those who I loved dearly.    As a Patron I am happy to be a voice for carers who tirelessly give their time and energy to care, and I hope that I can help others to understand the vital role that carers contribute to ensure a better quality of life for others
  Canon Jeremy Fletcher
Canon Jeremy Fletcher has lived in York since 2002, when he came to the Minster as a Residentiary Canon. He has served in a range of posts in Hartlepool, Nottingham, Skegby (near Mansfield) and as Bishop's Chaplin in the Diocese of Southwell. He was suprised and delighted to be invited to be a Parton of York Carers Forum, and even more pleased to be asked to remain a Patron when he moves to become Vicar of Beverley Minster in the autumn of 2009.