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0300 111 9000

Mon, Wed & Fri 9am-5pm, Tues & Thurs 8am-8pm

Meet the Team

Our friendly, local team are here to support you.

Some of the team would like to tell you about themselves:


Regional Manager

I have been working with Unpaid Carers since 2016.  I was attracted to the sector after seeing the needs that my mum had as a Carer and her not being aware of services available.


Health Liaison

I started with Gloucestershire Carers Hub since October 2019. My background is in Mental health and Learning Disabilities. I worked in the community and supported housing and continue to enjoy my work supporting unpaid Carers in our community and working towards making caring more visible.


Keyworker Team Leader

My name is Claire and I am the Team Leader for the Keyworker Team at Gloucestershire Carers Hub. My previous role was Team Leader at The Carers Hub in Stoke and Staffordshire. I have enjoyed supporting Carers of all ages and backgrounds.



I am a keyworker covering the South Cotswold area and have worked with Carers for over six years. My role is to complete Carers assessments and provide information, advice and guidance to improve the wellbeing of Carers.



I have been working with Carers since 2008 and have been part of the Gloucestershire Carers Hub team since it started in 2019. My background is in housing, benefits and working with young people leaving. I’m currently a Keyworker at the Hub supporting Carers and doing Carers assessments. My favourite way to relax is baking while dancing round the kitchen listening to loud music!


Volunteer Coordinator

Hello, my name is Zoe, I am the Volunteer coordinator and Armed Forces and veteran lead for Gloucestershire Carers Hub.  I have a strong working and academic  background in health and community management and have held various positions in welfare, housing and volunteer management. My passion lies in the Armed Forces and Veteran community which led me to pursue a master’s degree in Global military, veteran and family’s studies. I actively contribute to NHS England board for Veteran and family’s mental health and local steering groups. By combining my personal journey as a Carer and professional and academic expertise I am dedicated to providing a comprehensive service that greatly enhances the lives of unpaid Carers. I would love to hear from anyone who is enthusiastic about making a positive impact on the lives of Carers as a volunteer for Gloucestershire Carers Hub.  


Community Facilitator

I started working with Gloucestershire Carers Hub at the beginning of November 2020. I work to help us connect the work we do for Carers with other organisations including employers, businesses, local statutory services and voluntary sector organisations to help ensure that we communicate effectively and collaborate. I am interested in building sustainable communities and also in the power of creative practice to change people’s lives.



I have worked in Social Care for just over 20 years now in different roles starting my career in adult social care, then moving into children and families and child protection. I have also worked in mental health and with the NHS on developing new initiatives throughout Gloucestershire. I love working with Carers, I’m passionate about supporting and empowering them to understand their worth and ensure they have the toolkit to access everything they need to maintain their own wellbeing and fulfilling their own achievements and potential in life whilst doing the hardest unpaid job in the world!


Triage and Health & Wellbeing Advisor

As a Health & Wellbeing advisor I support carers to find solutions to improve their wellbeing, my role is to support and empower a carer to achieve goals they set for themselves to improve areas in their life that will improve their wellbeing. I have worked for the Carers Hub for just over 3 years, and started on triage, where I still work a day a week, talking to carers that call in or are referred into our service.

Prior to this, I worked as a domiciliary care worker for 6 years, predominantly in palliative care which I thoroughly enjoyed, supporting families as well as the cared for person. I moved into care from a completely different job role, working in the Police control room, after caring for my 3 elderly grandparents until their end of life, this made me make the move into care and I haven’t looked back since.

I am very passionate about supporting carers to be the best they can be for themselves, enabling them to make good, healthy decisions that will benefit their overall wellbeing. 

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