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Louise Marsh

Louise trained as a nurse and specialised in gerontology and geriatrics in Australia.  When living in Scotland she worked in the private nursing home sector and Scotland NHS.  After moving to Lincolnshire with her twin daughters, Louise studied health and social care with the Open University before joining Social Services Older Persons team.  Louise actively promotes the value of partnership and communities working together at grass root level to best support local people in need.

Pamela Dixon

Soon after their arrival in Stamford in 2005 to take up the Rev. Clive Dixon's appointment as curate at All Saints, Pamela and Clive became ardent supporters of the Evergreen vision. Together they embraced, encouraged and supported efforts to establish and build care and support for older and vulnerable people who seemed to be falling through the net.  Pamela remains a vital member of the Evergreen taskforce; as well as serving as a Board member she serves as the Clean Team Lead for Stamford.

Margaret Chirico

Margaret’s professional background is in Education, from primary through to University teaching, and finally in adult education, where she became County lead for adults with disabilities and learning difficulties in the Cambridgeshire Community Education Service.  From 1998 she served St. George’s Church, Stamford, as Associate Minister for Care until she retired.  She is married to Pino, and has two sons and four grandchildren.

Dr Katy Hardy

Katy expressed her interest and support of the vision and work of the Evergreen Care Trust at an early stage of its development and became a great encourager to those who were breaking new ground and developing services that had not previously existed.  Katy promotes the work of the Trust amongst the General Practice surgeries in Stamford.  Katy is married to Harry and they have two children.

Rev’d Mark Warrick

Mark has lived in south Lincolnshire most of his life and has been Vicar of All Saints’ since 2009. His degree is in Town Planning and he worked for a local architect before his ordination in 1983, serving curacies in Grantham and Cirencester and as Vicar in Over, Deeping St James and then Stamford. He has served as Trustee of several charities over the years and as a Parish Councillor while in Deeping St James, and is currently also Rural Dean of Stamford.

Nicolas Bertrand

Nic has worked for Cummins Generator Technologies since 2006 and is in charge of all direct purchasing operations for the power generation business unit.  He has teams across the world who manage purchase and supplies.  He has three amazing children Amelie, Isabella and Hugo.  Nic loves watching movies, theatre, and reading but his real fix is outdoor sports, running, cross country, swimming, cycling and, of course, putting them together into triathlon.