Meet the Team

at the Bridge Mentoring Plus Scheme

SERVING THE COMMUNITY OF BRIDGEND SINCE 2002

 

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Angela started The Bridge in 2002 after volunteering for many years in Parc Prison Her vision was to support the vulnerable people in the community.  Angela started The Bridge with a few volunteers and over the years the organisation has grown into where we are today

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Sarah is the Development Officer for The Bridge and is bringing about much needed change to the organisation.

Nicola is one of our Engagement Officers. Nicola comes to us with a wealth of experience working with the YMCA and Cylch Meithrin in Porthcawl.  Nicola is a qualified playworker and is currently studying for a Level 5 Playwork qualification.

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Laura started as a volunteer about 8 years ago and became a long standing member of staff.  Laura runs theZone and various projects out of theZone. 

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Ed started as our Finance Officer in November 2020.  Ed manages everything to do with finance for the organisation.

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Helen is one of our support workers in TheZone and is responsible for our fantastic Window displays.

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Manuela is one of our trustees  She became a trustee after retiring from the NHS where she had worked for over 40 years.  Manuela has brought a wealth of experience to the organisation.

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Daniel was previously mentored by us and enjoyed the experience so much he wanted to give back and now volunteers for us in theZone

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Joel has been a volunteer for several years and enjoys the cookery classes, serving customers and socialising.  His confidence has grown greatly since he jointed the organisation.

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This is Kristian - he volunteers with us on Tuesdays and brings much fun and laughter into everyone's day.

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Helen helps us with our website and social media. Helen has recently retired from for The Welsh Blood Service and volunteers with us in her spare time. 

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Here are our trustees - from left to right Julie Morris, Phil Clarke, Manuela Hiett, Jonathon Carlyon and Carys Grinnell