Raised in Cornwall, Peter went to Truro School before joining ECCL in 1974 where he became Divisional Controller.
He joined A&P Falmouth as Finance Director in 1994 and was appointed Managing Director in 2003.
He now runs a consultancy business in Marine, Renewables and Management and is on the COIS LEP Employment and Skills Board, a Director of Cornwall Marine Network and a Cornwall College Governor where he is currently Vice-Chair.
Born in Northern Ireland, Tom joined the Royal Navy as a boy sailor and left as a commissioned officer after 30 years' service.
Since leaving the Service, he has worked in consultancy and property, and has recently returned from Afghanistan working on aviation contracts for the British and Australian Embassies, the European Union Police Mission (EUPOL), and commercial charters for a Diplomat Group company as a Senior Operations Manager.
Ticketing manager Sue started work for the Pirates in the mid 1990s, as a member of our bar staff.
For the last 10 years or so she has helped partly as a volunteer - at the Mennaye Field, at Kenwyn, at Camborne, and back at the Mennaye Field again - supporting her husband Geoff who is the President of Penzance & Newlyn RFC. Helping make and paint bars, she has even driven a road roller. Sue started work in the club's ticket office and shop in 2006, and in 2012 she was appointed Ticket Manager.
Media Liaison Officer
Born and bred in Penzance, Phil played over 560 games for the Pirates and has held numerous offices within the club over many years.
Proudly a Life Member and Vice President of Penzance & Newlyn RFC, he took on the role of Media Officer for the Cornish Pirates in 2005.
Geoff 'Dotcom' Nicholas
Digital Media, Design & Technical
Geoff started off under sail at an early age and went on to join the Merchant Navy at 16 as a deck officer cadet, finishing his time as owner skipper.
In between, during the 70’s, he set up and ran an international transport & trading co. operating between Europe & points east of Istanbul as far as Pakistan and Qatar in the Gulf.
Finally settling down, over 20yrs ago, he moved into Digital Media and came to the Pirates in 2006, expecting to complete his mission in 3 months, in 2014 he is still at it, but optimistic that eventually it will be completed