Our Trustees
Find out more about the talented Trustees that support and drive Cintre's work.

Trustees have overall control of the charity and are responsible for making sure it does what it was set up to do. Our trustees don’t get paid for their role – they act out of a desire to help people and make positive change. Volunteering as a trustee is a rewarding and enjoyable role. It can be challenging at times too.

Their responsibilities include ensuring the charity:

  • Has the money it needs.
  • Spends its money sensibly, on the activities it was raised for.
  • Follows the law, including preparing reports and accounts to send to the Charity Commission.
  • Doesn’t break the rules in its governing document (its constitution, trust deed or articles).
  • Plans what the charity will do and what it can achieve.
  • Can explain the charities activities and how they are intended to support its purposes.

Meet our Trustees

Alison Webber


Alison joined Cintre because she felt the charity’s ethos matched with her own personal beliefs. She is an individual who is passionate about raising the standard of care and placing the service user at the centre of everything. She aims to make a difference and open people’s eyes to see the person not the disability.

Lesley Farrall

Deputy Chair

Phil Harris


Phil was introduced to Cintre in January 2015 and felt the need to join the team after being really impressed with the work and sheer commitment everyone has to the Service Users.

Peter Clayton


Sue Elstob


Josie Winter


Josie became a trustee in July 2018, and will be utilising her expertise, helping Cintre to refine its clinical governance with a view to ensuring we achieve the best possible results in future CQC inspections.

Marion Billett


Marion Billett has a proven track record implementing structure, leading improvement and delivering growth strategies within the third sector. Marion brings extensive knowledge and a wide range of skills to the Cintre Trustees.


Sarah Fallon


Sarah Fallon has been teaching for 20 years and has a lot of experience in social work. She believes strongly in inclusion through participation either in paid work or volunteering. Sarah wanted to join Cintre’s team of trustees because she admires the direction, ethos and culture of the organisation. 

Graham Briscoe


John Clements


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