Ken Sheraton was born and grew up in London.  His first appointment was as sixer in the 1st Willesden cubs.  Progressing, he qualified as a solicitor, representing in criminal and family proceedings, persons largely from deprived areas under the Legal Aid schemes.  He was a committee member of two representative bodies during this time and was involved in training other solicitors.

Ken moved to the Peterborough area in 2006 when he was appointed as District Judge for Cambridgeshire.  He is a mentor judge, appraiser and member of a team of judges authorised to train his colleagues. He was recently appointed as a Diversity and Community Relations Judge, with a role of supporting a greater understanding of judicial roles amongst society at large and achieving greater diversity in the pool of applicants for judicial roles.

Outside of his work, he is vice chairman of a small local charity and secretary of the Burgh Society, a local organisation focussing on the social and educational.  He is keen on sport in general, and football in particular and enjoys opportunities to socialise with new people.

He intends to learn from the wealth of talent and experience of the more established PCVS trustees and bring his knowledge of a different background and understanding to assist where he can.

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