I was born in Shrewsbury has lived in number of places in England and Wales and currently lives in Stroud, Gloucestershire. He has worked in the computer departments of various companies for over 40 years, and attaining MBCS, CITP, AMCBI status.
For over forty years Clive has been a leader in various children’s and youth organisations (mainly Boys’ Brigade) and has told his stories in those organisations, schools, churches and Sunday Schools.
Someone told him he should write his stories down and get them published. ‘Clive the Magic Camel – at the Zoo’ is the first to be published, with ‘Johnny and the Rice Pudding’ and ‘Clive the Magic Camel - at the Seaside’ currently being worked on.
Clive is now retired and is able to find time to write his stories. He is a member of Ebley Chapel, and a Trustee of the Countess of Huntingdon Connexion. On 2nd April 2013, he was inducted as President of the Countess of Huntingdon Connexion for a two-year term.
He was invited to Longney School, Gloucester on 7th March 2013 for World Book Day when he told the story to four classes and answered their questions on writing a book.
Clive has already been asked to attend Bushmead School, Luton during Brilliant Book week in March 2014.