11:01AM, Tuesday 16 July 2013
Philip Turner was team leader for environmental protection with the Royal Borough for 10 years, managing air quality and noise across the borough.
Now he has taken over from Adrian Stabbins as president of the Rotary Club at a ceremony held at the Castle Hotel.
Philip is a native of Lancashire who arrived in the south in 1988 and lives in the New Forest with his wife, Hilary. She is also an Environmental Health Officer, formerly with the Royal Borough.
He has a daughter Rosalind who designs coastal protection systems for an international consultancy.
Geoff Kidd has become vice president.
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