Chairman of TRACKS autism

Personnel

Mervyn Terrett

Mervyn Terrett

A career in the church followed by a second career in the voluntary sector led Mervyn to his “best involvement ever” i.e. with TRACKS autism. By a strange coincidence Mervyn was at University with Jane Asher’s brother and met her then, not knowing their paths would cross again years later as they both supported TRACKS. Mervyn also held the esteemed position of being the first ever Chaplain of Luton Town FC, as well as a late night radio presenter on BBC Radio for two years. Seven grandchildren and half a dog now keep Mervyn busy when he is not immersed in working for TRACKS.