Tim and his wife Lucy currently have two boys at CBHS and in 2020 will have all three. All are boarding at Adams House. Tim has worked in Farm Consultancy, Agronomy and in 2000 he and Lucy purchased their first farm. This has expanded and now incorporates the family property as well. Irrigation was introduced in 2015 which has subsequently allowed the farm to become diversified from its dryland origins. The property now grows a range of arable crops, beef and grazing dairy young stock. Tim currently has governance roles in North Canterbury Rural Support Trust, NZ Seed Industry, Forestry and Farming. Tim is a an old boy of CBHS and Adams House. He appreciates and understands the traditions and history of CBHS. This is something Tim is passionate about, maintaining and continuing for future generations. Tim also wants to ensure the school continues to move forward and develop innovative pathways for boys so that CBHS’s reputation of producing fine young men continues. Tim is looking forward to helping the school continue to provide the best possible education for all of the boys in its care.