Our Trustees - Castel Froma Neuro Care

COVID-19 update from Castel Froma Neuro Care

In light of the current situation in respect of Covid-19 as you might expect our care centres remain closed to visitors. We appreciate that this is an upsetting time for you; please rest assured that we are doing all we can to ensure the safety and well-being of our residents during this difficult period.

If you are calling in response to our staff appeal please call 07860 703

733 or 07860703736 or click on Contact.

More Information

We continue to issue daily updates by text message. If you are aware of an additional family member who would like to receive text messages please ask them to let us have their details via email using info@castelfroma.org.uk.

If you are unable to reach us by telephone during busy periods you may wish to leave a message via info@castelfroma.org.uk.

John Evison

John Evison became a trustee of CFNC in 2010 and chaired the Finance, Assets and Risks committee before being elected Chair of Trustees in 2019.  He is a Fellow of the Institute of Civil Engineers and worked in a senior capacity in companies such as Tarmac and also has experience of managing health services.

Steve Nicklin

Steve Nicklin joined the Board of Trustees in 1990 and was Chair of Trustees from 2002 - 2019. Steve worked in the banking industry for 32 years before taking early retirement in 2001. His career with Lloyds TSB included management with a focus on corporate and business banking. Steve is also the Associate Hospital Manager at Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust and Chair of Governors at Myton School.

Graham Murrell

Graham Murrell’s main career was in national retail businesses and he held various senior management positions with Boots The Chemists and Halfords. He has also worked as an independent business consultant. In 2006 he became Chairman of South Warwickshire General Hospitals NHS Trust, which is now an NHS Foundation Trust. Graham first became involved with Castel Froma Neuro Care in 2004, and became a Trustee in 2005. He is now Vice Chairman and chairs the Finance, Assets and Risk Committee and the New Premises Steering Group.

David Leigh-Hunt

David Leigh Hunt has been a Trustee at Castel Froma Neuro Care since 2016 having joined the Board as an Associate Trustee in 2015. David holds the degree of LLM from London University and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He works for a solicitor's firm in Leamington Spa.

Lesley Holiday

Lesley Holiday has many years experience in the Health Care sector and was the former Manager at Helen Ley Care Centre. Lesley joined the Board of Trustees at the end of January 2015 and became chair of the Care Standards committee in 2019.

David Stableforth

Trustee

Caroline Wilson

Trustee

Dr Caroline Wilson is currently an Associate Professor of Coventry University Group, working across the university and subsidiaries to enhance the learning experience for students. She brings project management, collaborative working and communication experience to the board. Caroline had a career in public relations and at the BBC before switching to academia and undertaking a PhD. She has lived in Warwickshire for more than 30 years.

Eileen Jackman

Trustee

Eileen Jackman became a trustee this year. Her most recent career was spent as a Director with a national pan-disability charity and as Principal of a National Specialist College - acquired brain injury being the specialism. Education has been the thread throughout her career: research, then teaching in London; a move to Warwickshire to work with young offenders and later working with older offenders and lifers in both Kent and Surrey, including being on the commissioning teams of two new prisons. During this time she also worked for the Open University and gained an MA in Psychology. Since retirement, Eileen has utilised her experience to become a Chair of School Governors; work with the MoJ in Public Protection and Prison Monitoring and, most recently, a trustee with Castel Froma Neuro Care.

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