Responsible for leading and influencing sustainable development, operations and events with a wide-ranging social, environmental and commercial programme that engages all parts of the Club – and CFG – and its work, its
fans, communities and partners, measuring and reporting the impacts transparently and consistently.
Pete has worked in the sport and leisure field since the mid 1970s with key roles in leisure management, sports development, health education, strategic regeneration and in sustainable development.
Working in the UK and overseas, Pete has developed his career to help build strong and successful organisational structures and responsible change and development.
Born and educated in Manchester; a swimmer and water polo player ‘by trade’, Pete attended his first Manchester City match in 1963. An alumni of Hulme’s Birley High School and (masters) of the University of Leicester.
A published author – a Mancunian through and through – Pete is confident that the spirit of industry, invention, innovation and change is alive and well – creating wide ranging benefits and opportunities with security in learning, health and wellbeing above all – so that we prosper – together.