Representative Deputy Lieutenant for the London Borough of Barnet
MHC Russell Esq DL FCT
Appointed : 2006
Martin Russell provides education in the ways of wholesale financial markets to a range of institutions and firms in London and beyond. He became a banker and later a corporate treasurer, and has served with the Regular, Reserve and Cadet Forces. A family man, each of his sons is an officer in the Regular Army, and his daughter a Reservist.
Further information about the London Borough of Barnet can be found at http://www.barnet.gov.uk .
Presentation of the Queen’s Award for Endeavour to Eskenzi PR
The ACF Awards Evening
On the 18th of March 2019 Martin attended the Middlesex and North West London ACF Awards evening. Martin pictured with Cllr Lisa Rutter, former Mayor of Barnet, and Lt Col Angela Richardson, Deputy Commandant and also Mayor’s Officer.
Visit to the RAF Museum
On the 14th of March 2019 Martin Russell took a visit to the RAF Museum to try out the virtual reality experience on the Dambusters Raid.
Martin with the Barnet Borough Archivist, Hugh Petrie outside the office of Barnes Wallis.
RAF Museum, Hendon; Friday 8 February 2019
Martin Russell was pleased to be invited to attend the farewell party for Rebecca Dalley, who after 12 years of sterling service, leaves on appointment as Chief Executive of the Shuttleworth Collection in Bedfordshire.
While at Hendon, she developed community relations, particularly with the nearby Grahame Park estate, and later was closely involved in the Museum’s redevelopment plans to coincide with the centenary of RAF, hence this fine cake.
Martin as Father Christmas
Martin Russell, Patron, as Father Christmas at HomeStart Barnet, Brent & Harrow Christmas Party.
Real Tennis Middlesex University
Boer War memorial
On 11th July 2018 at Christ Church, Chipping Barnet, Martin Russell attended Boer War memorial.
It was not only the Great War dead who are commemorated. Here, they remembered locals who died in the Boer War.
Martin Presents a Jack Petchey Award to Sara Peacock
Congratulations to Sara Peacock who was awarded a Jack Petchey Award for achievement in Scouting. Sara helps every week with the 20th Finchley (Jewish) beaver scout pack for boys. She comes straight from her school (Hasmonean) to beavers each week – and has tirelessly volunteered – running programmes for the children. Pictured below is Sara with the Queen’s representative for Barnet – Martin Russell Esq DL FCT who presented the award. The beavers is part of a larger scout group which runs activities each week for about 40 children a week. She is following in the footsteps of her parents who also both volunteer for the group.