Michele Russell

Operations Manager

I am responsible for the day-to-day running of the Centre.  I manage the Oxygen Therapy and the volunteers that help us deliver those sessions. I am responsible for the Centre's health and safety and fire safety and for the team of support workers who provide the refreshments in our cafe.

I love to give support and advice to all members and Carers when they visit the Centre - my door is always open.

You can contact me at [email protected] 

Michelle Frazer

Support Worker

I came to live in Chester 24 years ago. Originally I am from the Midlands and despite living in many other parts of the country, I still have the accent to prove it. 

I have three children, all but one have left home, and when health and redundancy left me with time on my hands I decided to apply for the support worker role as I was already volunteering for vision support, a charity for people with sight loss. My background in psychology and counselling is beneficial for the position. 

I can mainly be found in the social area or kitchen. I’m not difficult to find, my hair is mostly the colour of a rainbow and my dress sense is criminal - if it makes people smile then I am doing a good job.

Melanie Sheady 

Support Worker

I have been coming to the Centre for around 13 years with a lovely lady, who I still work for, but I loved it here so much I now work here too! In my spare time I like to walk my two dogs.

Linda Geldart 

Support Worker

I have worked at the Centre for a few months now and I enjoy every moment! I help out in the kitchen, preparing and serving food to the fantastic members at the Centre.

In my spare time, during the week I enjoy walking, painting and visiting my grandchildren. At the weekend I enjoy going Conwy.