Hugh Frost is the founder and chairman of Beetham Organisation, who from modest beginnings in the residential property market on Merseyside, was one of the pioneers of inner-city living. He has developed some of the country's most iconic buildings in provincial cities including Manchester's Beetham Tower and the West Tower in Liverpool.
Hugh and his sons are now focusing their attention on exciting developments in London.
Hugh became a Wirral Hospice Ambassador in February 2011.
Professor Keaton is a Freeman of the City of London. He was awarded a Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice Medal by The Pope and an MBE for services to The National Trust and the environment.
He spent 25 years with ICI becoming President and Honorary Life Member of the Society of Dyers and Colourists. He has been Chairman/ Vice Chairman and Non-Executive Director for numerous bodies including Shrewsbury Diocesan Commercial Co Ltd; National Trust NW Region Board, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Upton Hall Grammar School and Professional Liverpool. In academia, Professor Keaton has Honorary Doctorates from Manchester University and Liverpool University; he has served as Pro-Chancellor and Vice President of Liverpool University and a Regent of Liverpool Hope University.
Professor Keaton became a Wirral Hospice Ambassador in February 2011.
Johnny Prestt was born on the Wirral and has lived here all his life, except for four years when he travelled the world on his yacht!
He qualified as a Chartered Surveyor and was a partner at the firm Mason Owen, where he worked for 36 years.
He retired recently and enjoys shooting, walking, golf, cooking and sailing.
Johnny became a Wirral Hospice Ambassador in April 2014.
Peter Johnson is a successful local businessman having founded Park Group in 1966. Its portfolio of businesses include market-leading brands such as Park Hampers, Love2shop vouchers and High Street Gift Voucher. He is Chairman of the Trustees of The Johnson Foundation which supports charities dealing with health, education, youth and the alleviation of poverty in the Merseyside region and which has recently exceeded £3 million in charitable giving.
Peter became a Wirral Hospice Ambassador in February 2011.
Peter Lees has lived in Wirral all his life.
He was a solicitor by profession and practised in Wirral all his professional career. He was a partner in Lees Solicitors of Birkenhead and Wirral founded by his grandfather in 1889.
He has been a member of the Rotary Club of Birkenhead for many years. His hobbies include golf, cycling and gardening.
Peter became a Wirral Hospice Ambassador in April 2015.