Phil Oates - Manager and ringmaster. BA (Hons), proud parent and grandparent,
Eastleigh Borough Citizen of Honour. World's leading expert on several
things that don't really matter.
Caroline Oates - Secretary started as
a volunteer in the (whisper it) '70s. Still going strong. Holds
Senior Instructor, Wild food eating, puddle jumping, sea kayaking, tree
climbing, fire making, carp fishing and bear hunting with his two young
children all make Kerry very happy!
Instructor If anyone can, Nick can.
Canoeist, climber, geek and not a bad chippy, blacksmith, brickie or joiner
- for an outdoors instructor. One man IT department. Enjoys all outdoor
sports that don't involve balls. Added nappy changing to
Jess Cann - instructor and day service co-worker Lover
of all things creative and messy, trained in social work specialising in looked after children. Keen archer,
horse rider and climber. Back in the saddle after taking a year out to
concentrate on being a mum (the perfect job for
people who like to be creative and messy). Now working AND being a mum.
fishing, paddling, backpacking,
adventure seeking, photographer, bibliophile and explorer. Will fight
anyone over a slice of cheesecake. Allergies include politicians and
day service staff
Marie Poore - Gold Day Service co-ordinator
It's true what they say about blondes - we do have more fun! Started
with Gold Day Service in April 2015. I enjoy outdoor activities, walking,
gardening and camping with my young family.
- day service co-worker
enthusiastic about the outdoors, in particular nature and birdwatching..
Trained in psychotherapy and working in mental health. I enjoy encouraging
people to achive their full potential.
Caroline Southgate - GreenHouse day service co-ordinator
I have 20 years experience working with people with learning disabilities
which has helped shape the GreenHouse programme of vocational activities.
Fortunately my sense of humour is shared by our talented team of GreenHouse
members and colleagues.
Stuart Blakeledge - day service co-worker
32nd 31st 30th now 29th in line to the Dutch throne,
can be found singing at campfires and building siege weapons out of twigs.
No longer fond of cake, due to a conflict of interest.
Tracy Puttock -
day service co-worker wife,
mother, horticulturalist. Enjoys everything green. Running crazy
(so long as there is a medal for finishing!)
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