We have a shared passion. No matter how seemingly small, we have the anchored feeling that we are just ‘meant’ to be in the Out of School Childcare sector.
We pride ourselves on always one step ahead at Clybiau Plant Cymru Kids’ Clubs – always ready, and already there with support and guidance.
Our Board of Trustees consists of a diverse group of people who represent the organisation locally, regionally and nationally. The Board of Trustees is the governing body of Clybiau Plant Cymru Kids’ Clubs.
As well as attending regular meetings, Trustees work on developing their skills and often attend relevant training sessions or conferences that may help to further enhance their knowledge.
The Board of Trustees is responsible for ensuring the strategic direction of the charity, ensuring clear leadership and decision making at all levels and monitoring financial performance in order to deliver value for money.
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Areatha has been working in the Playwork Sector since 1997 and involved in childcare since 1987, working and volunteering in the UK, Romania and Peru.
Favourite places – Rhossili, Tresco (Scilly Isles) Sighisoara (Romania) and Peru.
Beryl opened an Out of School Club in Marford near Wrexham 30+ years ago which is still thriving. She decided to retire in August 2022, notching up 61 years in Childcare working in a Variety of Settings. Beryl remains as the Registered Person and a Trustee.
Debbie has worked in a special school for 20 years, first as a teaching assistant and now as a counsellor for the families. She opened an after-school club 12 years ago and runs playschemes throughout the year for children with profound additional and medical needs.
Debbie’s passion is creating the best opportunities and support she can for children and families so they can enjoy life.
Jan has been working in playwork for over 22 years and believes that whilst providing the necessary support for working parents Out of School Clubs also provide the best inclusive play spaces for all children regardless of their needs and abilities.