Badger, Chief Meeter and Greeter

Badger

Badger is a working cocker spaniel and the charity chief meeter and greeter. He always gives a warm and enthusiastic welcome and is always pleased to see everyone.

Lou Powell, Bank Staff Member

Lou joined the RSM team in May 2022 to provide support when our permanent staff are away. Lou spent 22 years working for Local Government and, before then, worked for Eastbourne Lifeline and East Sussex Health Trust. Over the past few years she has been caring for her mother who has Alzheimer’s and is an … Read more

Fiona Wilson, Charity Secretary

Fiona Wilson

Fiona has dedicated her working life caring for others. Starting her working life as a Care for the Elderly nurse, followed by 18 years as a midwife and the last 15 years as a Early Years practitioner. Fiona therefore brings a wealth of experience and compassion for older people and her community

Iona Baily, Volunteer Coordinator and Dementia Champion

Iona joined the RSM team in August 2020 having volunteered as a Parish Pal during the first lockdown in 2020.  She previously worked for Central & Cecil, a Not for Profit housing trust in London where she was responsible for training and mentoring professional carers.  Upon joining RSM, Iona trained as a Dementia Champion and … Read more

Sarah Jones, Charity Activities Coordinator

Sarah joined the RSM team in September 2020 having been an occasional volunteer for several years. She works four days a week, organising RSM activities and volunteer drives. Sarah brings a wealth of local experience to this role having volunteered as GSL at the Rotherfield Scout Group and Chair of Rotherfield Preschool committee previously. Prior … Read more

Vicky Cheeseman, Charity Manager

Vicky Cheeseman

Vicky took over the helm as Charity Manager in 2018. Vicky’s background is embedded in welfare and education. Vicky previously managed a local charity for 15 years before taking up the reins at Rotherfield St Martin. She has a passion for community life and all that it provides. Her ethos to life is “don’t be … Read more

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