New Appointments Bolster Enham Trust Services in AndoverLeading disability charity Enham Trust has welcomed five new employees to strengthen their integrated services, marketing, care, and employment departments.

The new members of the Enham Trust team bring a great deal of different experience to the ever growing community of care providers, support workers, skills advisers and marketing specialists.

Enham Trust is one of the south’s leading disability charities and work with close to 7,500 individuals each year throughout the southern region. The charity’s aim is to give those in need independence, choice and control in the cornerstone areas of their lives. The work provided by the charity includes: housing, care, work and skills development.

The new starters will be undertaking roles in different departments and will be supporting on marketing; care and assistance, operations, employment, and learning & skills as part of their individual roles.

Support workers are especially vital to Enham and are on front line, providing expertise and vital care to those in need.

Daniel Ashley, Marketing Assistant at Enham Trust said: “I’m excited to start my work here at Enham Trust. It’s evident they provide an excellent service to those under their care and I will ensure I help to continue this trend.

“Enham Trust has an excellent reputation as a care provider to disabled and disadvantaged people and I’m thrilled to have joined the team.”

The new starters joined the team in May and include:

– Noelle Brelsford, Head of Operations

– Belinda McAtamney, SES Employment Advisor

– Michaela Tobin, Support Worker

– Daniel Ashley, Marketing Assistant

– Laura Hutchins, Marketing Specialist

– Camilla Ahl, Events Fundraiser and Administrator

Peta Wilkinson, CEO at Enham Trust said: “We’re looking forward to welcoming our new starters and think they’ll make a great addition to an already motivated and excellently performing team. Welcome everyone!”

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