Meet the Team.

The WSBPS relies on a huge number of volunteers, full and part time helpers. Below are simply the members of our team that you’re likely to see next time you visit Ashville Lodge! You’re also likely to see a vibrant community of people (and dogs!) that work incredibly hard for the local community.


Lynne Sedgwick.

Development Officer

Lynne joined the Society in April 1997 in a job role involving the growth and development of the Society and the services offered. Lynne is responsible for funding and potential sources of support to both continue established services and develop projects to increase provision.


Jenny Borley.

Resource Centre Manager

Jenny has been involved with the Society over 18 years starting as a volunteer back in 1996. She now has the responsibility of the day to day running of the Resource Centre, staff and volunteers.


Teri Holmes.

Resource Centre Manager

Teri has been involved with the Society for over 20 years, initially as a Committee Member. Her background is in training, working at Wirral Metropolitan College for a number of years. Teri provides student assessments and individual development support.


Neil Francis.

Maintenance Operative

Neil became involved with the Society as a volunteer in August 2001. Neil completed training course with us over two years having Ashville Lodge as a work based placement. Neil joined our staff team in August 2003. Neil’s main role is assisting clients through the demonstration and availability of low vision equipment.


Alan Smith.

Advocacy Officer

Alan joined the Team in August 2012 taking the role of Advocacy Support Officer. Alan offer assistance and support with any issues or difficulties individuals may be experiencing. Alan will provide help with completing forms, housing issues, employment concerns and other problems that may be affecting independent living. Alan will provide home visits if required.


Alison Morris.

Administration support

Alison became involved with the Society in June 2008 through a training programme where she worked alongside staff members giving administration support. She joined our staff team in June 2009 as administration support to the daily running of the Resource Centre.

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