Our Team


SNAPS employs a number of dedicated and experienced people to help deliver its services – a Manager, and a small team of support staff, paediatric physiotherapists, swimming, dance and other instructors, and other professionals.

Administration Team

  • Project Manager– Tracy Stephenson
  • Project Manager – Lucy Owen (On maternity leave)
  • Fundraising Manager– Sam Lambert
  • Social Media manager – Emmie Johnson
  • Finance Manager – Alex Firth

Penny Field Team

  • Manager – Dean Sanderson
  • Poolside Manager – Adam Hind
  • Support staff – Annalise Barber and Meryl Johnson
  • Physiotherapists – Sarah Cantwell, Dawn Walton, Becky Brooks, Georgina Thornton-Frankland, Lauren Haworth, Laura Collins, Cath Todd
  • Swimming Teacher – Jean Ingham

    Broomfield Team

    • Manager – Emma Vickers
    • Support Staff – Joanne Milburn, Paul Wade, Clair Thorpe, Anita Tonkinson, Jamie Tonkinson and Loveness Shava
    • Physiotherapists – Laura Collins, Dawn Walton, Becky Brooks


    We are fortunate to have the services of a number of volunteers, from various backgrounds, whether A-Level students, undergraduates studying physiotherapy, childhood studies, or language development, and others. We value their contribution and are able to offer a programme of training to both enhance their time with us and build skills and experience for their CV’s and futures.


    Equally important is the team of people who have generously offered their time and experience to work as Trustees on the Board for SNAPS. The current Board is:

    • Chris Eatwell (Chair)
    • Anne Gait (Vice Chair)
    • Howard Pickles (Treasurer)
    • Jean Maston
    • Ross McWilliams
    • Rebecca Pearey
    • Becky Wilson
    • Malcolm Hall
    • Chris Tolson
    • Nicola McVennon

    How Can You Help?

    To start with, come along to a Saturday session, and see what a SNAPS session looks like, and meet some of the team and our wonderful families. You could volunteer to help out with our Saturdays, or support us behind the scenes by becoming a Trustee, or providing some other direct support. Or you could fundraise for us. We are always open to new ideas!