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Forge Fach is a vibrant, modern community centre based in Clydach, South Wales.

Our Trustees

Our Trustees are the governing body of Walsingham Support Community Solutions.  The Trustees are made up of volunteers with a wide range of skills and experience which will assist in the health and growth of Walsingham Support Community Solutions.

The Trustees of Walsingham Support Community Solutions are:

 Maddy Thomson (Chair)

Paul Macdonald

Jon Adams

Sarah Miller

Julie Dyer

George Cooper

Christopher Boyce

Martin Downes

 

Jon Adams , a Management Consultant and an Independent Occupational Therapist has extensive experience in the development and delivering of strategies for Health and Social Care. Jon enjoys water sports and promoting beach safety and beach skills through teaching at Crannog Surf Life Saving Club. He also enjoys time spent his family and friends.

Jon Adams, a Management Consultant and an Independent Occupational Therapist has extensive experience in the development and delivering of strategies for Health and Social Care. Jon enjoys water sports and promoting beach safety and beach skills through teaching at Crannog Surf Life Saving Club. He also enjoys time spent his family and friends.

Sarah Miller has worked in social care for over 30 years, 25 of which have been in the voluntary sector. Having worked for organisations such as RNID, Guinness Trust, Sense and Walsingham Support she is now Chief Executive of the disabilities charity, Papworth Trust. Sarah has a BA (hons) in NHS Healthcare, MSc in learning disabilities and an MBA. She is married, living in Cambridgeshire and is passionate about issues that affect people with disabilities, championing ethical values and animal welfare and rights along with being a vegan

Sarah Miller has worked in social care for over 30 years, 25 of which have been in the voluntary sector. Having worked for organisations such as RNID, Guinness Trust, Sense and Walsingham Support she is now Chief Executive of the disabilities charity, Papworth Trust. Sarah has a BA (hons) in NHS Healthcare, MSc in learning disabilities and an MBA. She is married, living in Cambridgeshire and is passionate about issues that affect people with disabilities, championing ethical values and animal welfare and rights along with being a vegan