Trustees

Trustees (one of these wasn’t written by that Trustee’s children)
Clare Walsh
Clare Walsh is a software developer and mother with aspirations of making the world a better place, because someone has to and everyone should.
Clare is a wonderful person. She cares for everyone and lives in a rented house. She has a rented car. Clare cares for everyone, including the homeless. She is raising money at this charity to help all in need.
 
My mother is great for me
My mother is awesome
My name is Ammy

My brother is Connor
My mother’s name is Clare
Francesca Baker
Francesca Baker is a journalist, events organiser, and marketer. She is founder and creator of Let’s Tell Stories, a space to read and write to inspire and learn and produced the book Eating and Living (2016).
Tess Reddington
Tess is a long time advocate of social enterprise, and particularly of empowering people to create change.  In an eclectic career Tess has founded and run a number of social enterprises including West Lancs Positive Living, a social care provider supporting people with learning disability, Phil the Box, a recycling enterprise and business consultancy EnDevA CIC.  Tess is presently a trustee of Disability Advice West Lancs and a director of Burscough Renewable Energy CIC.
Sebastian Junemann 

Seb is an energy researcher with an interest in socio-technical research in domestic buildings, public attitudes towards fracking, energy efficiency funding and future technology innovations. 

He previously worked for NatCen as Research Director of the Energy and Environment team, delivering work including the government’s evaluation of the Renewable Heat Incentive. Seb has also collaborated with UCL on research projects for the Energy Technologies Institute, including the Consumer Response and Behaviour project (part of the Smart Systems and Heat programme) and Optimising Thermal Efficiency of Existing Homes.

In his early career, Seb worked for seven years in social housing working on driving sustainability projects for tenants and staff including retrofit programmes, fuel poverty advice and staff training.