Winton House Centre

Run by the community...

...for the community

Where People Matter

Enabling people to come together

The Winton House Centre Team

Meet the people who look after the Winton House Centre.

The Winton House Centre is run by a dedicated team of staff, trustees and volunteers. See below to find out more about them.

We are always looking for more volunteers, if you want to join our fantastic team visit our Volunteering page for more information.

 

 

Winton House Centre About Us

Staff

Winton House Staff have extensive experience of the Voluntary/Charity Sector. They have the knowledge and know how to provide support to the local community groups. Staff and volunteers have received both Covid vaccines were applicable. Volunteers in the Pop in Tea Room have current Food & Hygiene and safety Level 2.

Sarah Moss

Sarah Moss

Centre Manager

My career began in retail, working and training with the John Lewis Partnership. Whilst bringing up my two daughters, I undertook accounting and administration work. For the past 25 years I have worked in the Voluntary Sector managing community projects and buildings, including a role with Hampshire County Council supporting Voluntary Sector Organisations. I am delighted to be working now in the heart of my community, in Petersfield at Winton House Centre.

Alice Hithersay

Alice Hithersay

Finance Administrator

My career began as a sales assistant at B&Q where, after four years gaining all sorts of skills which would serve me well in years to come, I decided to explore other sectors. I spent the following 30 years working in accounts and administration for various companies. Recently, I had been considering how to achieve a better work/life balance and wanted to discover what goes on in my local area with a view to contribute in some way. I have been lucky enough to find the ideal position here at Winton House Centre, utilising my existing knowledge and experience and helping to support the Petersfield Community.

Pippa Charlier

Pippa Charlier

Administrator, Community Café

My early career was in London as a PA in the media world working in publishing and radio.  Originally from Kent, I moved to Hampshire 28 years ago and am happily settled in Liss, living with my 3 children.  When my youngest started school I began working for the charity Home-Start and have very much enjoyed my last 10 years working in various admin roles, in the latter years I was working from home.  I am now delighted to be joining Winton House Centre and be more involved in my local community.

Jim Cleverly

Jim Cleverly

Company Secretary

I joined the Charity (then known as Petersfield Voluntary Centre) in 1997, having been made redundant from a High Street bank. My wife was already a Volunteer here, so we were keeping it in the family. Unsurprisingly, I took on the role of Finance Administrator, but they did not tell me that this also included being a Jack of All Trades. I soon learnt!

Trustees

We have a professional, dedicated and hands on team of trustees that oversee and direct the business side of the Winton House Centre, but who also get involved in the day to day activities of the charity. This might be through doing volunteer shifts, helping out at fundraising events, and even stripping wallpaper! Everyone’s contribution is valued.

Joyce Perry

Joyce Perry

President (non-trustee)

I have been involved in community (mostly voluntary) work since moving to the area 46 years ago. and for most of that time have been closely involved with Petersfield Voluntary Centre, later known as Winton House Centre, a tenant of Winton House Trust.

In recent years it has been a privilege to work with new Trustees as they took on ownership of this significant building and developed Winton House Centre to meet the challenges of the 21st century.

Robert Venables

Robert Venables

Vice President (non-trustee)

A retired solicitor with wide experience of charity law and administration, I have lived in the area since 1955. I joined the Charity Commission in 1989 a Commissioner and Head of Legal.

I was a member of the Petersfield Urban District Council from 1968-71, and served on the Standards Committee of EHDC while it existed.

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Charles Bevan

Charles Bevan

Chairman

I joined as a Trustee in 2015 and was Treasurer, before becoming Chair in 2020. My professional life was spent working in the design and evaluation of development projects for the United Nations Food & Agriculture Organisation. I have had a long association with Petersfield having been at school in the town in the 1960s. I am a firm believer that a healthy society needs effective voluntary community organisations and activities.

Chris Golding

Chris Golding

Treasurer

A retired commercial / corporate banker who has lived in Waterlooville for the past 34 years. Following my retirement, I was looking to undertake some voluntary work, with Winton House Centre providing me with an ideal opportunity to use my financial and general business experience for the benefit of the local community.

Nicola Winter

Nicola Winter

Trustee

I have been the Scheme Manager of the local family support charity Home-Start Butser, based in Winton House, since 2005. A vital part of my role is to recruit, train and match volunteers with local families with young children going through a critical time. I am keen to support and develop the wonderful resource that Winton House to benefit all areas of the community. I have lived in Petersfield for 18 years and my two children went to the local schools and colleges.

Jenny Tickner

Jenny Tickner

Trustee

Winton House Centre cares about those who become involved with it.
I am a retired teacher and have always enjoyed working with and supporting others.
I help run the monthly Memory Cafe and Bingo sessions; I volunteer as a gardener and in the cafe; help cater for special events; take interest in the decor of the building; try to keep the cellar tidy!

Jean Mackarness

Jean Mackarness

Trustee

Before retiring, I spent 20 years in the NHS as both a counsellor and supervisor. On retiring, I joined Winton House as a volunteer in the Pop In centre. I became a Trustee during lockdown so still finding my feet in these very different times. I am hoping my admin skills will help in updating our paperwork and become involved with the many aspects of Winton House when restrictions are eased.

Sue Crawford

Sue Crawford

Trustee

I have spent my working life involved with children and adults with a variety of special needs and in that time have worked for various statutory and voluntary organisations. Originally from London, I have lived in Petersfield for over 40 years and have become involved with several community based activities in that time. I am pleased to have the opportunity to work with some new colleagues and interests in the community through being connected to Winton House Centre.

Richard Phillips

Richard Phillips

Trustee

After starting my career as an academic research chemist in the UK, I moved into an international career working variously for Voluntary Service Overseas, HM Diplomatic Service and the British Council, from which I retired in 2010.
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Linda Hathaway

Linda Hathaway

Trustee

Following a career in the law, I started volunteering with Citizens Advice as an adviser in Petersfield. After seven years I felt it was time for a change and have been volunteering on the Information Desk at Winton House Centre since 2019.
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David Kidd

David Kidd

Trustee

I am a retired headteacher, and have lived in Petersfield since 2013, having moved here from Bury St Edmonds where I was Head of Culford Preparatory School. I was National Chairman of the Incorporated Association of Preparatory Schools.
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Mike Waddington

Mike Waddington

Trustee

I am a communications professional, with a law degree from Manchester University, and worked in the NHS for the last 20 years. My job was to tell the story of the people – staff, patients and carers. Public involvement and listening to people was then, and is now, what I am most interested in.

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