A former player and coach at Weston, Bartlett gained some managerial experience at the end of last season when he was put in temporary charge of Forest Green Rovers just before the play-offs following Ady Pennock’s dismissal.
He oversaw the play-off semi-final victory over Dover but the Gloucestershire outfit fell at the final hurdle, going down 3-1 to Grimsby at Wembley before Mark Cooper was named the club’s permanent boss.
Bartlett reverted to his former role as head of Forest Green’s youth and that is a job he will continue alongside his duties at Weston.
Barker came through the Youth academy at Alfreton Town. He then made the move to Barnsley, where he won young player of the year in 99/2000 and 00/01. Whilst at Cardiff, he endured loan spells at Stoke and Colchester before moving to QPR. After QPR, Barker enjoyed spells with Plymouth and Southend.
After Andy Scott was sacked as Aldershot manager in January 2015, Barker took over as Player-manager. After a short spell as Hereford player-coach, Barker joined Weston as Scott Bartlett's assistant manager.
Axbridge born David joined the club in the summer of 2008 and holds a full F. A. Diploma in physiotherapy. Callow gained extensive experience whilst working along side Buster Footman at Bristol City’s Academy and has spent the past 10 years at Southern League Division 1 South & West side Bridgwater Town.
The more attractive one of the Callow partnership. Amy returned to her dad’s side having been a Bridgwater Town last season. Amy started in the Bridgwater Reserve team with the magic sponge and glowing smile while dad was in charge of all things medical in the first team. But when dad left for Weston in 2008, Amy took over the reigns and has been very successful on her own. Amy holds a FA Level 3 in physiotherapy.