Local Development Officers
I was involved in Scouting when I was younger, going from Cubs to Explorers with a Sea Scout group. I loved this time enormously; being able to do so many activities every week was so much fun and I am so excited to help more people have similar experiences. Being part of Scouts has helped me do things I wouldn’t have ever done before and really experience life. Thanks to the confidence gained I have even been Skydiving(!) whilst I was traveling in Australia.
I love music, and have grades in Singing and Guitar. I currently sing with a local choir and have taken part in several Amateur Dramatic shows in Berkshire. I have sung in some amazing places, my favourite being the Royal Albert Hall.
In my spare time I also like to go on walks with my dog, meet up with friends and watch films.
I came from Cliveden National Trust the busiest property in England, as a Catering Supervisor. I worked here for over 5 years, starting as a part-time Assistant and working my way up to Supervisor. I worked with a large team and was in charge of the daily running of the catering outlets. I also undertook tasks such as recruitment, ordering, writing newsletter and even poems for events. I worked with volunteers whilst there, not only in my department but with the estate as a whole. I even volunteered myself a number of times, helping run the events for the younger visitors.
I think it is very important to give back by doing things for charity. I have taken parts in lots of fundraising myself, most recently cutting off my hair and giving more than 48” to be turned into wigs.
I am looking forward to getting to know you all! Please do feel free to call or email me. contact me.