Staff & Trustees

Our Staff

Our Trustees

Our Trustee Board , all volunteers, oversees the governance of the charity. We are fortunate to have a group of very pro-active trustees who bring a wealth of expertise . They are required to make balanced and adequately informed decisions, thinking about the long term as well as the short term. They are the ones who are legally responsible for the charity, in particular they make sure that the charity’s assets are only used to support or carry out its purposes. They are a driving force behind the work we do as a centre and our future plans.


Pictured From Left to Right

Richard Pullen – local resident, retired architect and previously the local District Councillor for Shillingford and Warborough. Richard helps out with all finance and property related issues.

Tina Elder– lives locally just a few miles from Berinsfield and is a Management Consultant. She has a particular interest in education.

Robin Bennett – a local resident who also attends the Centre with his young son. Robin is a musician, a member of several touring bands and he also runs and organises festivals. He has been a great help with the marketing and rebranding of the charity.

John Taylor (Chair) – lives locally in a neighbouring village. John is a retired international businessman and is also a former Chair of Oxfordshire Community Foundation. He is involved with helping the voluntary and charitable sector throughout Oxfordshire.

Barbara Bryant – the longest serving member of the Board. Barbara has been with us for over 30 years and was a leading staff member in the 1980s when the charity originally started The Family Centre in Berinsfield. Barbara still pops in to help with our parent groups.

Jackie Logan (not pictured) –  has a long connection with Berinsfield having worked in or with the village for over 30 years. She currently works as Resident Involvement Manager for Soha with a particular focus on Berinsfield.


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