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I work with and support a number of different organisations, businesses and charities- click on the logos to take you to their websites.

Sports for Schools

Sports for Schools bring the country's top athletes to primary schools to run energetic events to inspire the children (and teachers) to take up more sport.  I work as a 'Sportivator' and an 'Athlete' for them so if you would like me to visit your School just let me know and I can send you some more information.

Sport Works

Our Disability Sport programmes improve health, wellbeing and independence for children and adults with additional needs. Sport Works delivers a range of community services which are targeted at children and adults with a disability or additional need. Each of our programmes provides opportunities for individuals to have fun, learn new skills and improve health whilst building independence.  

I am a Multi Sports Coach with SportWorks and deliver Wheelchair Basketball sessions in Schools. 

RGK Wheelchairs

RGK Wheelchairs have been my basketball and everyday chair manufacturer since 1997.  I am excited and honoured to be supported by them and proud to play in my RGK Elite Basketball Wheelchair.

Maggie's Wirral Cancer Support Centre.

I discovered the amazing Maggie's Wirral Cancer Support Centre at Clatterbridge in 2017 when my partner was diagnosed with Cancer.  I have since attended their 'Living with Less Stress' course.

We are looking for businesses and companies who can make Maggie's Merseyside at Clatterbridge their Charity of the Year.

If you would like me to come and visit you to talk more just let me know

UK Coaching

I am proud to be a #CoachingAmbassador for UK Coaching.

When I won the UK Coaching Disability Coach of the Year Award in 2017 I was invited to become an Ambassador and I am really excited about the opportunity to spread the word about Coaching and what good coaching looks like.

I believe that great coaching is understanding the person in front of you and to get the best from them you have to have a holistic approach to your coaching. It is crucial that you understand what motivates them, what distractions they have in their lives that may effect their performance and most of all you must have a sense of humour and be creative. You can never stop learning as a Coach and every player and coach I work with teaches me something new and I am very grateful to them all.


Check back soon for more updates on my role as a #CoachingAmbassador

Cheshire Phoenix Wheelchair Basketball Club

I am currently the Head Coach and Chairperson for Cheshire Phoenix Wheelchair Basketball Club.  We started the club in April 2014 as a Partnership between Celtic Warriors Wheelchair Basketball Club and Cheshire Phoenix Community Interest Club.

Our club is open to people of all ages with and without a disability.  If you would like to come and have a go just get in touch.

Hospice of the Good Shepherd - Chester 
I am a volunteer with the Counselling service at the Hospice of the Good Shepherd in Backford, Chester.
I help with running online Bereavement Help Points and completed part of my counselling placement with the counselling team.
I am also involved with the Equality and Diversity Committee.
Cheshire Autism Practical Support - ChAPS
I am proud to be a Patron of ChAPS - I was asked to become a Patron to help promote their work and also be a role model to other people with Autism. 
I recieved my own Autism diagnosis in 2021 and am now running their weekly online mental health group and am also on counselling placement at their centre in Northwich.


British Wheelchair Basketball

I have been involved with British Wheelchair Basketball since I first started playing the sport in 1997.  I am currently a Grade 3Coach, Tutor and mentor on their new 'Inspire a Generation' programme.  

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