Heritage Project Founder
Robert 'Bob' Pepper has been a Town fan for more than 70 years. During that time, he was actively involved in the creation and running of the Patrons and the Survival Trust prior to and during administration in 2003. Robert has also been a near-permanent fixture at HTSA over the past 15 years and was involved in the Heritage Project from its inception.
Born in 1952, Graham Clark has been watching Town since the age of four, attending his first home game towards the end of the 1956-57 season. Graham started collecting programmes when he was 11 and his collection now numbers almost 16,500.
John M. Ward
Flight Lieutenant (Ret'd), Historian
John M. Ward was born in Huddersfield in 1942 and educated at Stile Common, Hillhouse Sec. Tech., Huddersfield New College and Huddersfield School of Art, before embarking on a career in the Royal Air Force. A former Services Football referee, who had earlier played as a forward for Lockwood YMCA, Central Lads BC, Milnsbridge CYC, Golcar HB, and had represented several RAF Stations, John is a life-long Town supporter and was privileged to be a compiler of the centenary history book 99 Years & Counting in 2008.
HTSA Board Member
Alice Broome is a Huddersfield Town fan and HTSA board member. She has worked on the Heritage Project in an editorial capacity and is also a university student.
HTSA Board Member, Women's Officer
Emily Broome has been a Huddersfield Town fan all her life, attending matches home and away. Emily serves on the HTSA board as the Women's Officer and has been involved with several aspects of the Heritage Project over the last 4 years.
The one and only Malaysian Terrier. Sivan John is a part-time writer who has supported Town from afar since 2011. His work has been featured on These Football Times, Football Paradise, and The Football Pink, to name but a few.
Lee Morris is a lifelong Town fan with a keen interest in teams of the past. Lee is the author of the book Where Are They Now?, which documents every player to wear the famous blue and white stripes.
Smile Awhile Editor
A lifelong Town fan, Sean O'Toole created the Smile Awhile fanzine in 2015. Smile Awhile provided a new platform for fans to share memories, as well as an alternative read to the "generic and predictable matchday programme." Sean is now actively supporting and part of the team at the Heritage Project and is passionate about documenting the importance of the club's illustrious and bold history.
Cameron Pope works as a Sports Editor and podcaster with KVH Media Group, freelancing in football commentary. Having first watched Town as a five-year-old in 2003, he has since been unable to extricate himself and now co-voices The Town Social Podcast.
And He Takes That Chance Founder and Host
Matt Shaw is a 4th generation Huddersfield Town fan who first started watching the Terriers in 1989. He is the founder and host of fans' podcast And He Takes That Chance.
Peter Wilson is a teacher of history and Huddersfield Town season ticket holder. He has supported the club since 1994. Peter is married with a young daughter.