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Alex Downing

Volunteering Services Officer – Marketing and Campaigns

Alex Downing

Volunteering Services Officer – Marketing and Campaigns

Alex has worked in Marketing and Communications for over 30 years. She joined CAS during the Pandemic and has been working on the Community Restart Programme. She has also helped to manage Suffolk’s Covid Vaccination programme, which has given her a good understanding of the issues of social isolation and mental wellbeing particularly for older people and the clinically vulnerable.

As the Restart Project is drawing to a close, she has moved over to marketing and comms for the Volunteering Services team. Whilst the voluntary sector has been adversely affected in some ways by the Pandemic, there are, also, some positives, in that the vital importance of volunteering in our communities has been highlighted, as well as the benefits for volunteers. She will be promoting the amazing work of Volunteer Suffolk and building connections through social media and social marketing.

Alice Sim

VCSE Engagement Lead

Alice Sim

VCSE Engagement Lead

Alice Sim joined Community Action Suffolk in Jan 2022 to lead on the, National Lottery funded, Suffolk Good Neighbour Network. Alice was previously a project manager at BT working in research and business operations. She has also been involved in her local village on the playgroup committee, as an ‘activator’ for Fit Villages and running an after school multi-sports session. She continues to work as a specialist baby and pre-school swimming teacher alongside her role at CAS.

Belinda Couldridge

EA to Chief Executive and Executive Team

Belinda Couldridge

EA to Chief Executive and Executive Team

Belinda has worked in the VCSE sector for some years, previously gaining valuable experience in the statutory sector and before that starting her career in banking with Barclays in Bury St Edmunds.
Belinda provides support to the Chief Executive, Executive Team and Trustees ensuring good governance and smooth running of meetings. She also supports the VCSE Health & Wellbeing Network and the VCSE Sector Leaders Group.

Over the summer months she leads the preparation for the Suffolk Community Awards on behalf of Community Action Suffolk, which culminates in a celebration evening in September, a showcase for the great work being done in the voluntary sector.
Suffolk born and bred, she enjoys travelling the world but always calls Suffolk home.

Bethany Taylor

Youth Development Officer

Bethany Taylor

Youth Development Officer

Bee has been involved in the volunteering and charity sector for 14 years. She has worked in a variety of roles throughout her career, from volunteer management and recruitment with an international non-profit, to community engagement with a Suffolk charity, marketing with a ‘youth’ volunteer federation and support work with a young person living with CP. As a charity trustee in her own time, Bee has experience writing policies and funding bids. She comes to CAS with a passion for strengthening local voluntary and community groups to be the best they can be.

Caroline Keep

Finance Admin Assistant

Caroline Keep

Finance Admin Assistant

After a successful career in the City Caroline took a career break to raise her family during which time she became involved in various Suffolk and national charities as a Trustee, volunteer and, more latterly, an employee when she set up the finance and administration operation for a children’s wrap-around care provision in Nayland.
In 2016 Caroline fulfilled a long held desire to formalise her accounting knowledge and became a full time student completing her AAT Professional Diploma in 2018. Caroline joined the finance team at CAS in early 2019 and is really enjoying the opportunity to utilise her accounting qualifications and experience working in the VCSE sector.

Chris Abraham

Christine Abraham

Chief Executive

Christine Abraham

Chief Executive

Christine is the Chief Executive of Community Action Suffolk and has held this position since March 2019, although prior to this appointment was a Senior Manager at CAS since its formation in 2013 from the merger of several organisations.

Christine has worked in the VCSE sector for over 30 years and in local infrastructure support organisations for the last 21 of those. Over that time, Christine has specialised in various roles: Community Development, Rural Issues & Matters, Children & Young People, Funding Advice & Grant Management and VCSE Resilience.

In her current role, Christine strives to raise the profile of local charities and organisations as well as increase the understanding of the contribution and difference these groups make to local communities and the wider society.

Christine advocates strongly the value and benefits of volunteering for individuals, organisations and communities and is a regular volunteer herself within her local community.

Colin Burcombe

Men’s Shed Advisor

Colin Burcombe

Men’s Shed Advisor

“Colin joined CAS in May 2022 and his career has included positions in commercial sales as well as various roles across the charity sector since 2006. This has included almost 10 years at FareShare where he was successful in securing support from commercial companies for charities across the UK and collaborating to increase their local impact through a wide range of activities. He also worked at The Trussell Trust coordinating food bank organisations across Essex to improve aspects which resulted in additional vulnerable people being offered help. In addition, he spent over 7 years volunteering for a local Autism charity in Essex and held the positions of Chair of Trustees as well as Secretary and Treasurer. He will be working with existing Men’s Shed’s across Suffolk to support their progress towards sustainability as well as supporting the generation of new sites to create more valuable spaces that help to reduce social isolation and promote activities that can generate positive aspects locally.”

Danny Austin

Danny Austin

IT Support & Development Officer

Danny Austin

IT Support & Development Officer

Danny is the IT Support & Development Officer at CAS. Previous to CAS Danny worked in a variety of roles across the private sector including BT, where he provided a first line IT Support role for systems and internal staff.

At CAS, Danny’s role is to provide a support and development resource for CAS’s IT requirements including day to day IT support of its internal systems. Danny is also a massive part of IT Services at CAS Ltd, where he supports the IT manager in delivering it’s suite of IT products, including being the primary website developer, and developing all of it’s websites. Danny has a real passion towards developing new web systems that can assist in an organisation meeting it’s objectives.

Eleanor Patrick

Minding the Gap Project Officer

Eleanor Patrick

Minding the Gap Project Officer

Eleanor, or Ele, has a long career background in the VSCE sector, in social and health care leadership. In April 2018, Ele joined Minding the Gap project as the Senior Administrator.

Ele provides excellent administration support to the overall project and partners ensuring the aims and guidelines of the partnership are met. This includes ensuring records are maintained, documents are completed correctly and checking eligibility of financial reporting.

Ele is also the first point of contact for both staff within the partnership and co-ordinates enquiries from external organisations.

Elizabeth Evans

Support Services Assistant / ABCD Network Coordinator /Ukraine Community Development Coordinator

Elizabeth Evans

Support Services Assistant / ABCD Network Coordinator /Ukraine Community Development Coordinator

Liz joined Community Action Suffolk in 2017, previously having gained 13 years’ experience teaching Music in secondary schools.

Liz currently undertakes 2 roles at CAS:

ABCD Network Co-Ordinator: Liz co-ordinates ABCD network, ensuring that members have access to resources and training through our website, and supports the Action Learning Sets.

Support Services Assistant: Liz looks after the admin for our training department, uploading courses and events to our website and dealing with training queries. She also co-ordinates bespoke courses for organisations. She undertakes various other projects and admin tasks for the Community Development team, such as working with SCC and local suppliers to co-ordinate large orders of food and non-food items to local food banks and projects.

Previously, Liz has also worked on the Suffolk Community Restart Project, initially providing admin support and then moving into a Restart Project officer role. This involved assessing funding applications and helping organisations to access support to adapt and evolve during the pandemic.

Outside of work Liz is the Chair of her son’s scout group committee and involved in their fundraising project for a new scout hut.

Emma McConville

Minding the Gap Programme Lead

Emma McConville

Minding the Gap Programme Lead

Emma is the Programme Lead for the Building Better Opportunities, Minding the Gap project at CAS. Emma has over 24 years of project management experience, with the majority of roles being within the Financial Banking Industry.

CAS is the lead partner for the Minding the Gap project, which is funded by European Social Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund. The project focuses on supporting young people from 16 to 24 who are currently not in Education, Training or Employment. Emma is responsible for the successful implementation of the MTG project across Suffolk and strives to build positive and effective working relationships across the project partnership and with external agencies.

In addition, an important element of Emma’s roles is to ensure the partnership delivers within the European Social Fund rules & requirements for reporting, monitoring, evidencing eligibility and results.

Faye Smith

Volunteering Services Officer – Training and Outreach Officer

Faye Smith

Volunteering Services Officer – Training and Outreach Officer

Faye has over 20 years experience of working within the voluntary and community sector. Her roles have ranged from Project Manager, Coordinator, Facilitator, Volunteer and now within Community Action Suffolk as Training and Outreach Officer.

Faye enjoys working with a myriad of organisations across the county. Her main objective is to support and unite individuals and organisations working with volunteers and to enhance and strengthen the great practice taking place across the county.

Faye is passionate about building an inclusive society where everyone feels they can ‘be the change’ and believes volunteering is a pivotal way to achieve this.

Fran Bedding

Frances Bedding

Head of Partnerships and External Relationships

Frances Bedding

Head of Partnerships and External Relationships

Frances Bedding has worked in the public and latterly charity sector for over 25 years in economic and community development with an extended period in external funding. She is an experienced project and programme manager with a history of working with VCSE organisations and businesses across the wider public and private sectors. Frances has skills in economic and community development, project development, external funding, social enterprise, business development, programme management particularly finance and appraisal, and bid writing. She has successfully secured funding for large and small community projects, broadband development, business development and has a particular interest in rural issues, until recently being an active member of the Rural Services Network. Frances is a member of the Royal Town Planning Institute and the Institute of Economic Development.

Hannah Reid

Hannah Reid

Deputy Chief Executive

Hannah Reid

Deputy Chief Executive

Hannah is a member of the Executive Team at CAS with a professional background in Private, Public and VCSE sectors specifically in business management and development.
Hannah has managed and run various businesses including a private training company and a social enterprise supporting young people. Immediately before joining CAS, Hannah was a trouble shooting pub manager working for breweries to problem solve in their Public Houses across East Anglia and the South East.

At CAS, Hannah’s role is to provide strategic leadership for CAS marketing, impact reporting, and development of the charities trading activities with each subsidiary manager (IT Services at CAS Ltd, Business Services at CAS Ltd, and DBS Services at CAS Ltd).

Hannah is also responsible for CAS Innovation and is continuously seeking new ideas, partnerships and ways of working to further develop CAS’s sustainability. She works across the organisation to ensure the charity is able to support the VCSE sector for many future years and is always happy to hear from anyone who wishes to get further involved with supporting the organisation and sector.

hannah.reid@communityactionsuffolk.org.uk 01473 345332

Hannah Sanford

Insurance Officer

Hannah Sanford

Insurance Officer

Hannah has joined CAS as an Insurance Officer, operating insurance schemes for Parish Councils and Village Halls. She has 9 years of experience within the travel insurance industry. She began her career as a call handler and also handled the complaints for a well-known insurance provider. In her own time, Hannah enjoys spending time with her husband and two children

Helen Bateman

Head of Community and Voluntary Action

Helen Bateman

Head of Community and Voluntary Action

Helen has joined the team as the VCSE Youth Development Officer with a background in youth work and travel, in the public and private sector. Helen is passionate about helping communities to develop great projects and activities for their young people. She spent 10 years with York Young People’s Services, looking after a variety of intensive and open access services, from mentoring, small group activities to detached youth work. Her role aims to build capacity within the community to develop quality youth support provision across Suffolk, by drawing together resources, information and training and building the strong partnerships and networks within the sector. She is very happy to talk through any new ideas for youth projects or help with ongoing support for existing groups.

Helen Cullup

Haverhill South Peoples Forum Community Development Worker

Helen Cullup

Haverhill South Peoples Forum Community Development Worker

Helen joined Community Action Suffolk in November 2018 as a Community Development Officer in Haverhill on the Local Conversation Project funded by the People’s Health Trust with funds raised through Health Lottery East. Helen has worked in the local community for over 25 years both in the statutory and voluntary sector. Her roles have included coordinating play schemes, youth worker, homeless prevention officer, housing options team manager, and leaving care young persons adviser.

Helen is passionate about raising the aspirations of individuals and communities.

Jacqui Wilkinson

Training, Quality Standards and Safeguarding Development Officer

Jacqui Wilkinson

Training, Quality Standards and Safeguarding Development Officer

Jacqui is the Training, Quality Standards and Safeguarding Development Officer at Community Action Suffolk. Jacqui has spent over thirty years in the public and VCSE sectors and has had a varied career ranging from organising national conferences for the judiciary to Training manager to hostel housing manager and volunteer youth worker. Her commitment to the most vulnerable in society has resulted in the recurring themes in her career of: safeguarding, policy development, management, youth work and training. Jacqui has previously set up a voluntary group that supported adults who had mental health support needs. Jacqui is a qualified trainer and youth worker and since moving to Suffolk has spent the last fourteen years supporting the VCSE with safeguarding policies and procedures, training and quality standards.

Jacqui delivers the Equipped to Lead Safeguarding in the VCSE course as well as safeguarding courses and can develop bespoke courses on a range of topics including management and safeguarding.

Jacqui also offers 1 to 1 safeguarding surgeries for VCSE organisations to discuss and develop their own safeguarding policy and procedures.

Janet Perry

Senior Manager Volunteering Development

Janet Perry

Senior Manager Volunteering Development

Janet has been with Community Action Suffolk since July 2017. Janet created the pioneering Young Leadership Project across East Anglia, creating a pathway for young people to become Young Trustees. Alongside this role Janet is a Volunteering Services Officer. Janet is responsible for starting Suffolk Action Week and organising the annual Suffolk Volunteering Conferences. Prior to this Janet was a Volunteering and Community Assistant Consultant with the National Trust for the East of England region. She has extensive experience working with young people across VCSE’s sector with Young Suffolk, Careers and Connexion’s service. Open to ideas, approachable and creative; Janet has spent time volunteering with local charities for many years.

Jay Mills

Community Development Worker – Local Conversation in Haverhill South

Jay Mills

Community Development Worker – Local Conversation in Haverhill South

Jay has been with Community Action Suffolk since November 2019 when he joined as a Community Development Worker in Haverhill South as part of the Local Conversation funded by the People’s Health Trust. Jay is working closely with the Haverhill South People’s Forum, acting on residents priorities in regards to health and wellbeing.

Jay has been involved with community projects from a grass roots level for over twenty years including work with the Bury St Edmunds Skatepark Experience to help facilitate one of the best free at the point of use alternative sports parks in the UK. Jay is currently involved with the local experimental music scene and promotes events to give established and up and coming artists a platform.

Previously Jay ran his own specialist sports store which worked closely with the local community promoting events, competitions and everything linked with urban sports.

Jay is excited to be working with the residents of Haverhill South in further strengthening their community, building on their assets and embarking on future projects.

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Joanne Whight

Finance Officer

Joanne Whight

Finance Officer

Jo is the Finance Officer at Community Action Suffolk.
Jo has worked for CAS since 2015 and her role includes day to day financial tasks and assisting with the production of management accounts.

Jodi Peek

Local Conversation in Kirkley Community Development Worker

Jodi Peek

Local Conversation in Kirkley Community Development Worker

Jodi began work as a Community Development Worker for the local conversation programme in Kirkley, funded by The People’s Health trust, in 2022. Jodi was an original member of The Kirkley Peoples Forum when the project started back in 2014 and so this role is very exciting for her!
Previously Jodi has been involved in youth work for 20 years, working in schools in the Midlands before moving to Suffolk to work for a Church.
Jodi finds people fascinating and loves to help people to realise their potential. She’s a firm believer that there is gold within each person and something they just need help drawing it out.
Jodi is a local resident in Kirkley and passionate about the area she lives in and want to see it thrive and for people to realise they live in an awesome place!

Jonny Wood

Community Development Officer Men’s Sheds

Jonny Wood

Community Development Officer Men’s Sheds

Jonny has worked in the VCSE sector as a development officer, volunteer co-ordinator and community worker for over two decades, much of that in the East of England but also in Yorkshire and the South. He comes to CAS with an ongoing commitment to developing, supporting and resourcing Men’s Sheds, working to reduce social isolation and improve health and wellbeing outcomes for (especially but not exclusively) older men. Jonny has also worked with community groups in both rural and urban settings, founded and co-ordinated a volunteer centre in North Norfolk and served as a Regional Development Officer for the national charity ‘Re-Engage’.

A former teacher, Jonny also maintains an active interest in trustee training & development, governance issues and charity law, and is currently a trustee with a lively charity supporting people with disabilities in Great Yarmouth. Away from work, Jonny is often to be found playing keyboards and singing in rock and soul bands in his local area.

Kareena Chapman

Buildings Manager

Kareena Chapman

Buildings Manager

Kareena Chapman is the manager of the Kirkley Centre. She started working for Waveney Community Forum as the finance administrator in 2009 just before they took over the management of the Kirkley Centre in 2010 (Waveney Community Forum was one of the charities that merged to become Community Action Suffolk in 2013). Once WCF took over the Kirkley Centre, Kareena extended her role to cover centre bookings and administration. She took over as manager of the centre in 2014.

There is a small team at The Kirkley Centre and Kareena covers all aspects of the running of the centre from taking bookings and reception duties to arranging lease and maintenance contracts for the centre. Kareena attends local networking events and works in partnership with other groups to bring community events to The Kirkley Centre.

Kelly Jarrett

Kelly Jarrett

Head of Finance

Kelly Jarrett

Head of Finance

Kelly is responsible for the Finance function at Community Action Suffolk including the line management of the Finance team, production of the management accounts, budgets, VAT, lead on the annual audit and company secretarial duties.

Kelly has 15 years’ experience in Finance, largely within managerial and supervisory roles looking after finance teams, production of management accounts and budgets. This includes 7 years in the Insurance industry and 6.5 years within not for profit in practice and for two Housing Associations. Kelly is AAT qualified and a CIMA finalist. Kelly is passionate about maximising the use of finance systems to deliver timely and high-quality management information to aid strategic decisions to be made as well as supporting budget holders operationally across an organisation.

In her own time, Kelly enjoys spending time with her family and friends and horse-riding, competing in Dressage. Always up for a challenge, one for 2022 is running a half marathon!

Kevin Burke

Kirkley Centre Administrator

Kevin Burke

Kirkley Centre Administrator

Kevin Burke is the Kirkley Centre administrator, he joined us in 2015. Kevin takes bookings and customer enquiries both on the reception desk and over the telephone. He also helps with room set ups and general centre business.

Lorna Hart (Dip CII)

Insurance Manager

Lorna Hart (Dip CII)

Insurance Manager

Lorna has worked for the organisation for 13 years and currently manages Business Services at CAS Ltd – a trading subsidiary of CAS which specialises in insurance solutions for the VCSE sector. Prior to joining CAS Lorna worked for a large commercial insurer for 13 years in a variety of roles including managing call centre teams, customer relations officer and national household insurance trainer.

Lorna’s current role includes developing and growing the insurance business by ensuring the team have the skills, resources and products to retain existing business and secure new customers. Lorna is also responsible for identifying new schemes and opportunities to maximise income generation and provide the main charity with a sustainable income stream.
An important part of Lorna’s role is ensuring Business Services at CAS Ltd is compliant with all FCA regulations, Insurance Law and insurer requirements.

Over the last 13 years Lorna has gained an in depth knowledge of the insurance needs of the VCSE sector, what solutions are available and how to support organisations to solve the issues they face on a day to day basis. Lorna and the insurance team are always happy to discuss any insurance queries or concerns an organisation may have.

Louise Bradshaw

Louise Bradshaw

Head of HR

Louise Bradshaw

Head of HR

Louise has over 14 years experience in working for the voluntary and community sector across a range of areas including business support, marketing, finance and administration. Louise is now the HR manager and data officer for Community Action Suffolk and also manages the DBS at CAS service.

Louise is a member of the CIPD and is responsible for all aspects of HR from recruitment, selection and induction through to employee casework and maintaining and development of policies and procedures. She also oversees the DBS at CAS service and is the lead countersignatory. She responsible for the compliance of the service and advises customers on complex eligibility queries as well as deal with new customers.

Louise has a degree in business which has led to a particular interest in business and organisation development, and enjoys creating and developing systems and procedures to better the organisation.

Louise Fairbrother

Louise Fairbrother

Financial Sustainability Officer

Louise Fairbrother

Financial Sustainability Officer

A Community Development Worker in the Sector for 12 years, supporting organisations and communities to thrive. With a keen interest in funding and development and a passion to create a financially sustainable & resilient Suffolk.

An insight into the funding mix available across the County with key contacts.

Specialist practical support & guidance on being fit and ready for funding

Identifying and exploring possible sources of untapped income & diversifying of current assets.

Developing a funding action plan

Training on ‘Crowdfunding for Success’ & ‘Strengthening your organisation through successful funding’

Funding & Development 1-1 opportunities

Toolkits, example templates, resources & best practice.

Matthew Grafton

Local Conversation in Kirkley Community Development Worker

Matthew Grafton

Local Conversation in Kirkley Community Development Worker

Matt has been with Community Action Suffolk since 2015 where he volunteered with the Kirkley Centre team. In 2017 he started the role of Community Development Worker to support the Kirkley People’s Forum delivering the Local Conversation Programme in the Kirkley ward funded by the People’s Health Trust.

Previously he was employed by a local charity which provided support to young people with Autistic Spectrum Disorder and other learning difficulties teaching skills to overcome the obstacles they experience to gain employment.

Matt is passionate about helping people to improve their lives and meeting their full potential either as an individual, in the workplace or in the community.

Matthew Morling

Matthew Morling

ICT Manager

Matthew Morling

ICT Manager

Matthew is the IT Manager at CAS and has over 18 years experience in the IT industry – 15 of which has been at CAS.

Previous to CAS Matthew worked in a variety of roles in private business focussing on IT Support and website development.

At CAS, Matthew’s role is to provide leadership and management of all of CAS’s internal IT systems, providing day to day IT Support of these but also to head up its subsidiary company IT Services at CAS Ltd, which provides a suite of IT products for the voluntary and community sector. IT Services at CAS Ltd is an income generator for the organisation and this plays it’s part in helping CAS become more self sustainable. Matthew has a real passion for how digital technologies can help all types of organisations become more efficient.

Natalie Lomas

Resources Officer

Natalie Lomas

Resources Officer

Natalie has been with Community Action Suffolk and Suffolk ACRE previously, since 1998. Throughout her time she has worked on various projects and services across the organisation. Currently working in the role of Resources Officer, Natalie is involved with research and mapping for CAS and the VCSE sector, CAS network development, CRM reporting and impact measurement along with supervision of building maintenance for our Brightspace site in Ipswich.

Poppy Lovell

East Suffolk Youth Development Officer

Poppy Lovell

East Suffolk Youth Development Officer

Poppy has joined Community Action Suffolk as the East Suffolk Youth Development Officer. Poppy will be working on the East Suffolk Rural Youth Project, supporting communities to set up new provisions for young people.
Poppy brings experience of youth work from a variety of previous roles including within Suffolk County Council, charities, and primary education. She has volunteered for several years with Thirst Youth Hub, working as part of a team to develop youth work practice in the Beccles area through both open access youth work and detached youth work.
Poppy comes to CAS with a passion for strengthening local youth work and supporting communities to embrace young people so they can thrive.

Rick Double FCII

Insurance Officer

Rick Double FCII

Insurance Officer

Having spent 15 years working with insurance intermediaries in a senior compliance consultancy role, Rick has returned to his insurance broking roots at Business Services at CAS, a trading subsidiary of CAS.

Formerly a Director of two well know East Anglian brokerages, he is now part of the Insurance Team which specialises in insurance solutions for the VCSE sector. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute and a Chartered Insurance Practitioner.

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Ros Collings

Insurance Officer

Ros Collings

Insurance Officer

Ros is part of the Insurance Team operating insurance schemes for Parish Councils and Village Halls. Ros has worked for CAS for 5 years to provide an essential revenue stream for the charity.

Ros has a background in Personal Lines Household and Motor Insurance working for a large insurance company for 22 years as a senior household underwriter.

Sarah Mortimer

Sarah Mortimer

Senior Manager Community Engagement

Sarah Mortimer

Senior Manager Community Engagement

Sarah leads on Community Action Suffolk’s community development projects and currently oversees the Local Conversations projects in Haverhill South and Kirkley as well as Rural Housing and community engagement/consultation. Sarah has 15 years experience of working in the Voluntary and Community sector across many areas including grassroots community development, building capacity within communities and empowering them to make positive changes. Other areas of experience include rural issues, rural and community transport and grant management.

Through her professional work, Sarah has been inspired to use her wide range of skills to volunteer in her own community as well as being a school governor.

Sarah Pink

Community Development Officer – Parent and Child Groups

Sarah Pink

Community Development Officer – Parent and Child Groups

Sarah has joined Community Action Suffolk as a Community Development Officer for Parent and Child Groups following. Sarah will be working throughout Suffolk to support Parent and Child Groups and support communities with their efforts to provide provision across the county.
Sarah has worked within Early Years and Childcare for over 15 years in different capacities including education, health and social care. Sarah has a passion for helping others and ensuring every child has opportunities to thrive and every family can be supported throughout their journey together.
Sarah brings experience of managing childcare settings, specialist SEND care for children and young people, primary teaching and supporting families through crisis.
Sarah is also a Volunteer Fundraiser for The Bus Shelter and enjoys running events and helping the local community.