Wembley National Stadium Trust is administered on a day-to-day basis by a small staff team. Find out about us below.


Stewart Goshawk – CEO

Stewart has a long career in the charitable grant making world, in central and local government as well as more than 20 years in various charitable foundations, including as Principal Grants Officer at The City Bridge Trust and Head of Secretariat of the London Bombings Relief Fund and the volunteer Head of Operations at the London Emergencies Trust.

An all-round sports enthusiast, Stewart has helped run local cricket and badminton clubs for many years.  He spends far too much time watching football and cricket on TV and is a long-suffering QPR fan.  He is also a non-league football season ticket holder and shareholder at his local supporter-owned club. He claims to be willing to give (almost) any sport a try!

Stewart is currently Chair of the Essex Wildlife Trust, Honorary Secretary of the Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts and a trustee of the several of the landfill community trusts in the south of the county. He was also a long-serving school governor and has been a trustee of other local and national charities.  One of his proudest moments was as a volunteer in the London 2012 Olympic Opening and Closing ceremonies!

Martin Hall Wembley

Martin Hall – Grants Administrator

Martin has worked for the City Bridge Trust for over 12 years in various grant administration and communication roles. As well as administering the Wembley National Stadium Trust, he currently works on the City Bridge Trust’s Social Investment Fund and manages the Trust’s web and social media presence.

Martin keeps active by cycling to work daily, as well as the occasional longer ride out of London. He enjoys most sports, in particular cricket and football, and is a life-long supporter of his hometown team, Leicester City FC.


City Bridge Trust

WNST is administered under contract by the City Bridge Trust, an independent grant making trust of which The City of London Corporation is the sole trustee.

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