Meet our Team
Meet our Team
Staff – based at Hoathly Hill, Michael Collins is the day to day manager of the organisation. He is supported by admin staff and meets up with others to keep everything running smoothly.
House Coordinators and Workshop Leaders – are responsible for coordinating all operational, planning and delivery aspects of the residential homes or workshop activities. Service users, support staff, specialist staff and volunteers all come under their remit.
Administration and Coordination Group – are responsible for strategy and operations, service delivery, regulatory compliance, finances and HR.
Students, Residents and Families –offer us invaluable feedback to help shape the service.
Theatre Company/Expressive Arts Group – are responsible for coordinating all operational, planning, fundraising and delivery aspects of their area. They do this in liaison with the wider organisation and Coordination Group. Service users, support staff, specialist staff and volunteers all come under their remit.
Cafe Group – are responsible for coordinating all operational, planning, and delivery aspects of our cafe in Sharpthorne Village. These aspects include the buying in, handling and preparation of food, good food hygiene practices, maintaining high standards of kitchen health and safety, and delivering a high level of customer service throughout.
Friends of Pericles – are made up of supportive family members, parents, and those with a connection to the organisation. They help support our strategic aims in practical ways such as organising and attending events, additional fundraising, networking and acting as ambassadors informally on behalf of the organisation
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We are delighted to have and very grateful for the support of our sponsors including: the Community Initiative Fund of West Sussex County Council - Garfield Weston Foundation - Hermes Trust - Mansell McTaggart - Mid Sussex District Council - Rotary East Grinstead - Soroptimist International East Grinstead - Sussex Community Foundation