Contacts

Volunteers Needed

The Branch is always interested in hearing from anyone who would like to join our committee. We are also looking for Association Visitors in Cheshire and would be delighted to hear from anyone who thinks that they might be interested in finding out more about this role.

Please contact Dianne on 07929 732958 for more information.

To contact us about other volunteering opportunities please contact our Branch Secretary – details below.

Patron: Viscount Ashbrook

Branch Committee Members

Joel Millett

Joel Millett

Chair

In 2009 I completed my Association Visitor training. Previously I had cared for my mum, Erica who had MND. I am so proud to be part of such a dedicated, hard working and caring committee.

Margaret Bailey

Margaret Bailey

Vice Chair

My husband, Hal, lived with the disease for 15 years. I initially joined the committee as his voice but because of the support the association provides I wanted to carry on to help others.

Clare Ward

Clare Ward

Secretary

I volunteered to join the committee in April 2008. Sadly my mum had to battle MND for 18 months and as a result I wanted to do something to help other people living with this cruel disease.

John Kinder

John Kinder

Treasurer

I am very happy to support the Motor Neurone Association in this role and give something back with being involved in further charitable works.

Dianne Kinder

Dianne Kinder

Branch Contact

I initially got involved with MND through the work of my husband John, who is the Treasurer. I have previously worked as a social worker and a swimming teacher, and I feel as though I have a lot to give to support those who are living with MND.

Sarah Walker

Sarah Walker

Publicity Officer

As a former regional newspaper journalist now working in communications for a local hospice, I want to use my skills and experience to raise awareness of the condition in the Cheshire area and to inspire local communities to support the charity through fundraising and donations. My mum lived with MND for around 18 months and this is my way of doing something positive in her memory.

Emma Edwards

Emma Edwards

Newsletter Editor

I volunteered in memory of my mum who we sadly lost to this terrible disease in 2014. Managing the newsletter means I can help to promote all the wonderful campaigns, fundraising events and local news.

Amy Richardson

Amy Richardson

AV Coordinator

I joined the committee in the hope of providing support to those living with MND. My role as an Association Visitor and being a committee member goes someway of achieving this, allowing me to meet those people living with the condition directly.

Hazel Francis

Hazel Francis

Committee Member

My father was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease in March 2008. I made the decision to join the Committee to help provide support for people who have been diagnosed with this terrible, disabling disease.

Leonie Steventon

Leonie Steventon

Fundraising Coordinator

Since retiring I have been involved in many different aspects of volunteering and recently decided to take on a new challenge. My decision to work with MNDA comes from personal experience of knowing someone who suffered with the disease along with a strong desire to make a positive contribution to a very worthwhile cause.

Richard Webb

Richard Webb

Campaigns

We have supported the work of the Association for about 10 years but in 2016 my wife Kath was diagnosed with the disease. Having seen the support available from the Association I volunteered my help and was asked to stand as campaigns contact which I was happy to do.

Association Visitors

Joel Millett

Joel Millett

In 2009 I completed my Association Visitor training. Previously I had cared for my mum, Erica who had MND. I am so proud to be part of such a dedicated, hard working and caring committee.

Amy Richardson

Amy Richardson

I joined the committee in the hope of providing support to those living with MND. My role as an Association Visitor and being a committee member goes someway of achieving this, allowing me to meet those people living with the condition directly.

Other Contacts

Paula Sutton

Paula Sutton

Paula is the Association’s Regional Care Development Adviser (RCA) working in the Branch area, who has detailed knowledge of the care and management of Motor Neurone Disease. Working very closely with local statutory services and community care providers she is able to provide support and advice to people with MND and their families.

Regional Care Development Adviser