Sir Lindsay Hoyle MP Assumes Trustee Role at Calpe House GA
Sir Lindsay Hoyle, the esteemed Speaker of the House of Commons, has accepted the role of
trustee at Calpe House GA, succeeding his father’s position on the Board. The announcement
was made during Sir Lindsay’s recent visit to Gibraltar, where he engaged in discussions with
Calpe House’s Executive Chairman, Albert Poggio OBE GMH, Patron, Sir Joseph Bossano
KCMG MP and Trustees, James Neish KC, Eddie Yome QPM CPM, Ms Deborah Huxley and
Jose Julio Pisharello FCCA.
Calpe House welcomes Sir Lindsay Hoyle as trustee, further solidifying the enduring Hoyle
family connection with the charity. Sir Lindsay’s commitment to public service and
philanthropy aligns seamlessly with Calpe House’s mission to offer a ‘Home away from Home’
for those in need.
Sir Lindsay Hoyle, in accepting the trustee role, remarked, “It is a privilege to follow in my
father’s footsteps and contribute to the vital work of Calpe House. The commitment of this
charity to providing accommodation and a supportive environment in London for patients
and their families is truly commendable, and I look forward to playing a part in its future
endeavours”.
Albert Poggio, expressing his enthusiasm about Sir Lindsay’s involvement, stated, “We are
honoured to have Sir Lindsay Hoyle join Calpe House as a trustee. His dedication to public
service and his family’s longstanding connection with our charity will undoubtedly contribute
to the continued success of Calpe House”.