Meet the Trustees

Kate Kenyon BEM – Chair. A retired doctor, Kate is in a good position to understand the needs of hospitals and care homes. With good networking and communication skills, she is able to develop trust and confidence, both fundamental to delivering projects. She has an impressive ability to galvanise her community, bring people together to inspire change. Awarded BEM by the King for community work Jan 2023.

Sam Lord – A Social Prescriber with useful contacts, Sam is actively involved in current issues facing the community. As an amputee with multiple health issues, her lived experience gives her deep understanding of minority needs. She has 26 years’ experience as a school business manager and running her own business.

Tess Green – Local business owner of 28 years, she brings organisational, communication and creative skills.

Jane Watson – Treasurer with 30 years’ bookkeeping experience.

Pippa Coe – Pippa has worked in charities for 10 years and is passionate about transforming communities. Her experience spans international, national and local charities, and she loves bringing process and procedure into place so that charities can work without worrying! In her spare time she enjoys country walks and browsing charity shops.

Executive Volunteers

Ian Price – Sales director with excellent communication skills, logical problem solving with many local connections.

Pam Taylor – Had a 40 year career in both clinical practice & healthcare management which give her operational & strategic insight into problem solving, setting policies, helping people & organisations. Pam has an MBA.

Yvann Stephens – a chartered accountant and keen administrator, she coordinates the website and Care Homes project.