Martha has for many years pursued her interest in Community Operational Research in the University of Lincoln and is the Chair of the Board .
Simon is Chief Executive Officer at Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce.
Jeanne is well know in Lincoln as the former CEO at Development Plus, a community development charity previously known as LCDP.
Michelle is a counsellor and holistic therapist, Director of the Lincoln Trauma Centre, and is now the Manager of the well-being centre.
Nigel is a retired professor from University of Lincoln and progenitor of the Lincoln Food Partnership. He is also a Director of Mint Lane CIC which runs the cafe in the centre.
Charles is a consultant in the social economy and has recently retired from his role as centre manager. He is currently managing the refurbishments of the centre.
Renew is an open social drop in for people with enduring problems with their mental health. It is open seven days a week, for at least two hours a day, and also organises outings and events, all run by its members
Lincoln Trauma Centre aims to reduce the stigma of psychological trauma throughout Lincolnshire and provide a free or affordable support service to sufferers of trauma and their families. Services include counselling, training, therapeutic art groups and a befriending service.
The cafe provides a warm welcome to the centre, using retail surplus food to create affordable food fight food waste and food poverty.
A closed group of people supporting each other with overcoming addictions.
Peer support for people with personality disorders, also information and training for all.
Peer support for people suffering with Bipolar Disorder and similar conditions.