Maggie Fearn

Trustee currently Chair

MA Integrative and Humanistic Psychotherapy & Play Therapy; PGDip.Creative Supervision; PGDip Play Therapy; MA Developmental and Therapeutic Play

Maggie is Senior Lecturer MSc Play Therapy and Therapeutic Studies at University of South Wales where she specialises in infant mental health and therapeutic work with children and young people and she is a visiting lecturer at the Children’s Therapy Centre, Ireland. She is a BAPT play therapist, supervisor and filial therapist and works for The Windfall Centre in West Wales.

Andrew Hardwick

Retired business and business school lecturer with extensive experience in mental health and management in the charity sector.

Sue Pittman

Sue started her career in the civil service working in both the Home Office and the Ministry of Agriculture. She then decided on a career change, taking an MA in Personal Management as an adult student. The last ten years of her career were spent in the voluntary sector working in various HR advisory and consultancy roles. She has 2 adult children and has ‘retired’ to a sheep farm.

Jan Young – Treasurer

I worked as a special needs teacher for 25 years before having a career change to set up a business with my husband. Now retired, I spend my time on our small holding as well as doing volunteer work and being the treasurer for CAF.

I’ve also done some interesting part time jobs including play leader at a family centre and I worked in a zoo.

I have one son, who lives in Australia with his partner and my three wonderful grandchildren, who I visit as often as I can.

Lorna Bradley

I have volunteered with CAF since the beginning and have acted as Secretary. I am IT trainer and an member of the IITT.