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A day in the life of...

With over 450 employees and hundreds of volunteers - we thought it was time to introduce some of our incredible people to you.

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Meet Steve, a Support Worker at Trafalgar Lodge

Steve has a remarkable deication to the boys he looks after, and when he's not taking them camping in the Isle of Wight or watching films with them in the cinema room, he's a keen traveller who's been all over the world. From Las Vegas to Thailand, even bringing back souviners for the young people in the children's home.
Read more about Steve's incredible passion for his work here.


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Meet Margot, a retail volunteer at Winterbourne

This lady has an amazing commitment to Break Retired nurse Margot has been volunteering in our Winterbourne shop for over ten years. Margot loves getting stuck into all manner of things that keep the shop runnng smoothly and the donations coming in. Read more about Margot's amazing dedication for volunteering here


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Meet Robert, Education, Employment and Training Lead for the Staying Close, Staying Connected Project

When it comes to job satisfaction, Robert takes great pride in his work. His role is to work with and support young people who may have real barriers and anxiety around education. When Robert isn't in the workplace you will usually find him rock climbing! Find out more about Robert's role in his full interview here.

 

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Meet Maren, our Participation Lead

Maren has been with Break since July 2018 – her role is all about getting our young people involved in what we do. She’s extremely passionate about building relationships with and hearing from those that use our services in order to improve Break’s work. As well as all the important work she does, she’s also a whiz at embroidery! Read more about what Maren gets up to with Break here.

 

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permanent staff, 98 relief staff and 915 volunteers

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