Michael Bunker - Chairman
Most people call me Michael but I do in fact have a rather grand title! It is The Very Reverend Michael Bunker.
I was ordained in St. Paul’s Cathedral in 1963. I became Dean (chief executive) of Peterborough Cathedral in 1989 and retired in 2006 when I was given the title ‘Dean Emeritus’.
Before that I worked in the “real world” as a production engineer serving an apprenticeship at Marshall’s of Gainsborough and then at Napier’s of Acton, London. Marshall’s were famous for their Marshall Tractor and Napiers for the Deltic Engine which was used in the motor torpedo boats during the WWII and Diesel Trains when locomotives first moved from steam to diesel.
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|Jonathan Bunker - Director|
My third son Jonathan Bunker, known as ‘Joff’ to his friends and customers. It is no exaggeration to say that without Joff Tresham Motors would not exist. His technical skills and experience with motor cars and his passion for his customers and their cars that makes this business unique.
Joff has been in the motor trade since he left school. Before he left school he bought a car, replaced the engine with a more powerful one and made numerous other ‘modifications’ which he, at the time, described as “improvements”! After leaving school he served his motor engineering apprenticeship and he has been employed as a motor mechanic ever since.
The other critical person in this business is Kirsty. She is the power behind the throne and without her total commitment to the Tresham Motors it just would not function. All those involved in Tresham Motors know Kirsty runs the office (and Jonathan) and is usually the first contact customers have with the business.Since Kirsty joined Tresham Motors the business has gone from strength to strength.