Trustees & Staff

BBFC currently employs 32 staff, we are really proud of the fact that over 25% of our staff began with us as a beneficiary or volunteer and over 28% of our staff have gained promotion within the team. – Nicola Gnojek, Chairperson

Trustees

Nicola Gnojek – Chairperson

Janet Harris – Secretary

Hannah Morgan – Treasurer

Nicola Macey

Julie Howes

Cherelle Mead

 

Staff

Management & Project Managers Team

Ceri Pritchard – Centre Manager

Liz Church – Projects Manager

Stacey Morgan – Childcare Manager

Caitlin Gnojek – Childcare/Project Manager

Shannon Chambers – Speech, Language and Communication Development Officer (Talk2gether)

Laura Arnold – Disability and Family Play Co-ordinator (Wellbeing 4 Me)

 

Project Teams

Emma Grove – Children Support Worker (Growth and Mindset)

Christina James – Well-being & Parenting Officer (Growth & Mindset)

Gemma Bates – Well-being & Parenting Officer (Growth & Mindset)

Shadean Thomas – Family Disability Worker (Forward Steps)

Stacey Harris – Family Disability Worker (Forward Steps)

Staff

Administration and Maintenance Team

Rebecca Parfitt – Office Manager

Amy Benns – Administrator 

Natalie Williams – Administrator

William Pritchard – Casual Administrator

Lauren Gnojek – Casual Administrator

Jeff Pritchard – Caretaker

 

Childcare Team

Natasha Pike – Play Room Leader/Childcare worker

Kirstie Morgan – Disability Childcare worker

Zoe Ganderton – Disability Childcare Worker

Chloe Edwards – Wraparound Room Leader/ Childcare Worker

Samantha Gillespie – Baby Room Leader/ Childcare Worker

Chelsea Jones – Childcare Worker

Amelia Orells – Childcare Worker

Alisha Ace – Childcare Worker

Jay Pritchard – Play Worker

Lauren Gnojek – Casual Childcare Worker

Hannah Thomas – Casual Childcare Worker

“I have been working at Building Blocks Family Centre for over 15 years, it is a privilege to be part of so many children’s and families journeys. It’s amazing to be part of the change when families first come to us struggling and nowhere else to turn and we stay with them whilst they grow and then no longer need us anymore”