Title: How To Get Involved

How you can get involved in S4S:

  • If you would like to Volunteer as a Young Leader, You can contact Jaki using the details below
  • By funding projects and activities, buying our products or providing us with new environmental and community tasks
  • By making a regular donation to S4S through Local Giving
  • By becoming a S4S volunteer. look us up on Do-it Volunteering and apply today

 

We are looking for Trustees who can help shape our new charity; a volunteer Administrator to help run S4S 1 day a week; Support Workers to mentor some of our young people to achieve their potential and Environmental and Rural Craft Volunteers to get out there and volunteer alongside the young people.

How we can become involved with you:

  • Helping to improve your community through young people’s hard work on Leisure Credits or MTCV.
  • Helping to support your business by supplying you with products we make such as garden furniture.

There may be other ways that S4S can be involved with you, your organisation, business or your community so please contact us for an informal chat to see what we might be able to offer.

Title: Contact Us

Seeds 4 Success
Mere DC4YP
The Recreation Ground
Queens Road
Mere
BA12 6EP
Tel: 07585 723824
Email: [email protected]

Title: David Lacey

Born Chichester West Sussex February 1939.

Educated at Chichester High School.

Qualified as a dental surgeon from Kings College London in 1962 and then in 1973 attended University of Liverpool
to obtain a post graduate qualification in orthodontics in 1975.  Since 1976 worked exclusively in orthodontics treating
mainly 12/16 year olds both in practice and hospital service and retiring in December 2005.

Married in 1966 to Ione and have four now adult children three sons and one daughter but only a single grand
daughter.

Hobbies before and after retirement; walking, sailing and gardening (at least the maintenance aspects lone does the
clever bits.)

Since retirement I have been involved with Tisbury Footpath Club, Tisbury Link Scheme as a driver, Community
Compost, Salisbury Credit Union and a Trustee of Tisbury Halls.  For my leisure have travelled widely including Cuba, Fiji
and Peru.

Title: Jonathan Rich

I started my career with the British Trust for Conservation Volunteers in 2003 supporting young people to volunteer with nature conservation projects in south Wiltshire.  As a Volunteer Development Officer for Wiltshire Council I was invited to study a post graduate diploma in youth and community studies.  One of my placements involved supporting Jaki Farrell and her team with the initial stages of the Sowing Seeds project.

I was invited to join the Seeds4Success board of trustees once my placement and degree was complete.   It has been great to witness the development of Seeds4Success, from an idea of a project in a funding bid to an organisation that is now recognised by the Charity Commission and that is supported and shaped by local young people.

I currently work for the Macular Society, a charity supporting people with central vision loss, where I manage volunteers and develop volunteer opportunities in the north of England.  I live within the area covered by Seeds4Success and I spend much of my spare time running, cycling and walking in the countryside that makes the local area so special.