About Selig

 

About Selig

The Selig Suffolk Trust is a registered charity that supports the delivery of the following projects in and around Ipswich:

  • Ipswich Winter Night Shelter
  • Ipswich Hope into Action

Selig’s Trustees offer their professional expertise to govern these projects. Selig Suffolk employs a full time Manager, Julia Hancock, to ensure that each project has a strong framework. She oversees the projects, supports their monitoring and evaluation, creates and maintains polices and procedures and implements quality standards. Julia has 10 years of business management experience plus 15 years of charity management experience in 4 very different charities.

Selig Suffolk’s Trustees

Rob Darrington: Vice President of Marketing for a manufacturer of speciality scientific equipment. Rob has volunteered as a leader with young person’s holiday camps and is also a Trustee for a local educational charity.

Jonathan Goldthorpe: Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and Finance Director and Chief Operating Officer at an insurance company in London.

Reverend Mervyn Dye: A retired Management Accountant, Mervyn champions our Ipswich Hope into Action project. He is an Anglican Minister in the South West Ipswich Team Ministry.

Reverend Carol Mansell: An Anglican minister looking after the parish of All Saints in Ipswich.  Also  Community Engagement Adviser for the Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich.

Andy Turpin: Is one of our volunteer night shelter church coordinators. Andy has a professional background in IT service, project and team management. He champions our night shelter project.

Reverend Canon Charles Jenkin: The Anglican minister at the Civic Church in Ipswich, St Mary le Tower. Also the Rural Dean for Ipswich.