Mandy has a son with Aspergers Syndrome and ADHD, and a wonderful daughter who helps and volunteers at some of SNAPs events. She previously worked as a lunchtime
supervisor at a local school, ran 2 Parents and Toddler groups on a voluntary basis and was a volunteer classroom helper for 6 years. In 2005 she gained an A-
Mark joined the team in 2012 after doing some voluntary work here. He has 2 fantastic grandchildren with special needs. Alongside his work at SNAP he is the chairman of Chasewater model boat club and has a keen interest in Moto- Cycle GP. You won't see him at SNAP much during December as he has another job in the North Pole making toys and delivering to all the children on the eve of 24th December . HO HO HO!!
Samantha started working for SNAP in May 2015 as a life skills worker. She is a mom to 3 lovely boys and has been coming to SNAP for a few years to attend toddlers with them. Sam is the Chairperson for the Friends of SNAP team and organises fundraising activities and promotion. She is also a genius when it comes to Marketing SNAP and it's many events. She has studied with the Open University gaining a degree in Literature and certificate in Understanding Children and Young People.
Sam has recently had her 3rd little boy who enjoys coming along to SNAP toddler sessions and helping out with the Teddy Tombolas
Angie started working at SNAP 2 years ago as a Life Skills Worker providing a wide range of life skills sessions including cookery, craft, sports, sciences, maths and sensory activities. She is also a member of the Friends of SNAP and helps out at the craft fairs and parties. She is a mum to 2 gorgeous little boys who love joining in with parties and events at SNAP. In her free time her passions include scrap booking and spa days.
Chelsey has volunteered at SNAP since she was 14 years old. She has worked here since 2014 as a cleaner and party host. Chelsey is also a student at University working towards a Degree in Drama. She is a determined and motivated young lady and will surely go far with her acting career. Let's hope she remembers us at SNAP when her name is in bright lights!