Before starting at CTSI I worked for local the charity Alloa Community Enterprises as a Receptionist and before that as an Administration Assistant at Scottish Children’s Reporter Administration. I have also been an older person’s befriender for Volunteering Matters.
I started as Administration officer for CTSI and quickly moved on to becoming Office Manager the role is varied but I mainly help support the team with all administration and office duties. I have completed Community Health Guides for older people covering six areas and the 14 localities in Clackmannanshire. I am the point of contact for telephone enquiries, so if you don’t know who to ask for, give me a ring and I will help.
I am also the Clackmannanshire tapestry Co-Ordinator, CTSI we were instrumental along with the Council to bring The Great Tapestry of Scotland to Clackmannanshire in 2017, where it was displayed from May-August in the Speirs Centre in Alloa. At the end of the project we had some funding left so CTSI, thought it would be an amazing opportunity for us to ask Andrew Crummie – the artist and designer of The Great Tapestry of Scotland if he would design Clackmannanshire our own panel, Andrew was absolutely delighted at this, but 1 panel soon turned into 5 panels as Clackmannanshire was bustling with so many industries we couldn’t fit all the wonderful history onto 1 panel. The 5 panels are well underway being stitched and they are looking absolutely stunning and will be a huge asset to Clackmannanshire.
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NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN CTSI (Clackmannanshire Third Sector Interface) is looking for a new third sector representative to the Clackmannanshire Health and Social Care Partnership Integration