Team Harboro take on Tatton Park
20th May 2022
Amazing effort from Team Harboro doing some on their Marathon at Tatton ParkRead More
A well-run charity is an effective charity. So, we put as much effort into making sure we’re a robust and well-run organisation as we do making a difference to the people we support. This means that we, and the people we work with, can be confident that Stockdales will still be going strong in the future.
We’re lucky to have the support of our Trustees who give their time freely to help with the smooth running of the charity. Our Trustees have different backgrounds and we are proud to count on people from business, social care and teaching backgrounds to help guide Stockdales.
You could be a part of our fantastic team of Trustees. If you’d like to find out more, please call us on 0161 973 2296 or send us an email.
Nigel was born in Sale and is a former hotel manager. He brings a wide range of business skills which have proven very valuable to Stockdales, particularly with the organising of fundraising events. Having worked in hospitality for over 25 years, Nigel has access to a wide network of influential and key contacts both locally and nationally.
Robin’s son, Josh, came to live at Stockdales in 2003. He and his family have had a close relationship with the organisation ever since. Robin brings a wealth of skills to the Board, both from his personal involvement and 15 years’ strategic and operational experience as a FTSE 100 Executive Director.
Steve works for the Innovation Agency, which is part of the NHS, working with commercial and academic partners to discover, develop and deliver innovative healthcare solutions for the NHS. Steve has a clinical background plus more than 15 years’ experience in sales and marketing in the medical device industry.
As trustee lead on care, Deborah helps our CEO, Emma Morris with staff mentoring, to develop Community Services and children’s clubs.
She developed her skills as a teacher, manager and governor in a long career with people who have learning disabilities. Deborah is an advisor on Equality Law in the workplace.