Meet the Trustees

Kevin Warrington

Is the voluntary Co-ordinator of the work and the Chair.  Kevin originally came from Kent and moved to Birmingham in 1972 at the age of 17.  He has a wife Joy and two children Paul and Sarah two grandchildren.

 

Kevin worked at Solihull Land Rover for 27 years alongside being a Pastor in Erdington.  Never one to sit back he saw the need in the community and started the Community Outreach with the help of the church and works tirelessly alongside others to help those who need help.

 

Lynne Hodder 

Is the voluntary administrator and fund raiser for the trust.  Lynne was born in Birmingham and loves the city.  She is married and worked for Waterloo Housing Association as Secretary to the Housing Management Section for 23 years.  She is passionate about people and believes that everyone has something they can excel in or at and does her best to bring it out.

 

Alan Burrows

Is a voluntary trustee and adviser.  Alan currently works as a Project Manager for the YMCA in Sutton Coldfield.  He lives locally and enjoys especially helping young people.

 

Pam Higginson

Is a voluntary trustee and adviser.  She is married with two sons and four grandchildren.  Pam retired from the Council just over three years ago where she worked in a busy Duty Team in Erdington.  Pam has volunteered working with the homeless as well as us and she now runs a Cafe in the Old Market in Barnabas Road, Erdington.

 

Sue Haskins

Is a voluntary trustee and adviser.  Sue is a PSCO with West Midlands Police in the Erdington Station and has covered the local vicinity for just over 11 years.  Sue loves her job, the area, and its residents and anyone else she can reach out to.  Before her role as a PSCO Sue worked for 22 years with Barclays Bank assisting finance companies.

 

Sue is on the Committee for a Handicapped Fellowship here in Erdington, and assists as much as possible, whenever she can.  She is also the Vice President this year (2018) for the Rotary Club of Erdington, who in turn help many charities in the area.  Sue said that although she wasn’t born in the area she has taken it very much into her heart.