Tony Clark OBE
Tony Clark grew up in Okehampton before attending the Duke of Yorks Royal Military School and Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. Commissioned into The Parachute Regiment in 1966, he served all over the World, commanded 4 PARA and introduced high tech simulation into Army training for which he was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire. and then responsible for the military training estate in the South West until he retired from active service in 1999. He was then appointed Commandant Dartmoor Training Area responsible for the management of the military interests on Dartmoor, retiring again in 2011. In parallel, he was closely involved with British downhill skiing. With his wife, he farms a small holding on the northern edge of Dartmoor. He enjoys walking, photography, computers and military history. Appointed a Trustee in 2012, he was elected Chairman in 2015.