Our Inclusion department deliver a diverse and comprehensive range of programmes specially designed to promote social integration and opportunities for young people and adults, and to build Community Cohesion.
Mike is a qualified Probation Officer and Youth Offending Team Officer with an extensive working background in Criminal Justice, Social Inclusion, Community Cohesion and Multi-agency Partnership working. Mike has valuable experience in working with hard to reach and disadvantaged young people and adults in statutory environments.
As Head of Inclusion, Mike is proud to oversee our programmes which benefit and provide opportunities to such a wide range of individuals in our local community.
As a former Royal Engineer Commando in the British Army, Gregg is passionate about supporting our Armed Forces Community. Through our Veterans programme, we support those serving within the Armed Forces and Gregg is always looking for new ways to support them as well as the many veterans that have returned to the local area.
Gregg feels honoured to represent BFCitC in promoting engagement opportunities, welfare and health and is a big advocate for the positive benefits that regular physical activity, time outdoors and a balanced diet can have on life quality.
Ged has worked within Criminal Justice services for many years; first as a Probation Service Officer before working as a Victim Restorative Officer and later progressing to specialist work as part of a Therapeutic service with children and young people. Ged is passionate about supporting children and young people to help them be the best they can.
Ged works on the ‘It’s Your Turf’ programme, using Restorative approaches to support children and young people involved in, or at risk of being involved in, violent crime. Participants learn to take responsibility, build empathy, resilience and develop emotional intelligence, whilst gaining opportunities to be involved in sport.
Lewis is a qualified FA Level 2 Football Coach, currently completing his FA Level 2 Goalkeeper Coach badge and he has a huge passion for football and supporting young people who share the same love for the sport as him.
With the aim of helping youngsters reach their potential, Lewis is always looking for new and unique ways to engage young people.
Lewis feels privileged to work for BFCitC, which is in the heart of the local community and has the ability to bring people from all different walks of life together.
Daniella has a degree in Sport Science and has been lucky enough to work with clientele from both Clinical and Professional Sport backgrounds. Daniella has a great understanding of the importance of community having worked in the sector from a young age.
Daniella believes it is vital to create a warm welcoming environment, share experiences and introduce kinship so that bonds and friendships can be made instantly.
In her spare time, Daniella loves to watch and play Rugby League and to encourage other people to participate.