Leading Hampshire-based disability charity Enham Trust has now appointed Sheryl Scott-Clarke as Community Engagement Officer, based on the charity’s home estate in Enham Alamein, near Andover.
A new role, created to reflect the growing ambition of the charity, Sheryl comes to Enham Trust with over 20 years of experience in community projects; having previously worked for a large local supermarket as Community Champion.
Brought on to raise the profile of the charity within local community groups, Sheryl will be connecting with Women’s Institutes, schools, community action groups, and other influential initiatives in the area to deliver presentations, events, and raise awareness for the vital work the Trust undertakes across the country; supporting as many disabled and disadvantaged people as possible to live lives of choice, control, and independence.
Community Engagement is the lifeblood of local charities like Enham Trust, Sheryl comments. It’s thanks to engagement and support from the community that we are able to continue our work and ensure disabled people can live independently.
Already an active member of the community, Sheryl has been working with Andover Town Centre Manager for over a year to increase the footfall into the town, and was responsible for connecting Enham Trust’s unique skills development programme Radio Enham with a local supermarket, leading to their first ever outside broadcast in September.
If you are part of a school, community action group or other influential initiative within the area and would like to speak to Sheryl, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 01264 345 800 ext. 4205
For more information about Enham Trust, please visit: www.enhamtrust.org.uk