David Woodhouse is a writer and local resident interested in the history of the chapel and the surrounding area. His publishes literary criticism on Lord Byron (who was born on Holles Street and baptised at St Marylebone) and William Hazlitt (who died on Frith Street and is buried in St Anne’s Churchyard). With John Leigh, David was co-author of Football Lexicon and the Mark My Words column in the Independent on Sunday. His latest monograph, Who Only Cricket Know, was launched at an event in the chapel and has won the four major Cricket Book of the Year awards. David is Treasurer of the Byron Society. His previous not-for-profit roles included a four-year term on the Audit Committee of UK Anti-Doping.