The Charities Commission state that

“Trustees have overall control of a charity and are responsible for making sure it’s doing what it was set up to do. Trustees are the people who lead the charity and decide how it is run. Being a Trustee means making decisions that will impact on people’s lives. Depending on what the charity does, trustees can make a difference to their local community or to society as a whole. Trustees use their skills and experience to support their charities, helping them achieve their aims”.

The Honorable Alderman Ernest Noad

Mayor of Bromley 2013-June 2014, Councillor Bromley 2002- 14 and Croydon 1978-1990. Director Financial services business in Bromley sold to PLC in 2012, former cabinet member in Bromley for all children and young people, Married to Diane with 3 children, and triplet grandchildren with another on the way!

Kathy Morris
Deputy Chair

I am a Consultant Clinical Psychologist, and I have worked with children and families for many years. I worked in the NHS until 2013, mainly at the Phoenix Centre in Bromley, but I also worked for 7 years at the Bethlem Hospital on the children’s inpatient ward. I joined Bromley Y in 2013, and have loved being part of the team there. I have a long standing special interest in autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders, as well as in service development and training. I hope that my skills and experience will continue to be useful to the organisation and I look forward very much to seeing the service continue to help children and young people in Bromley.

Dr Stuart Robertson

I am formerly Senior Partner at Addington Road Surgery in West Wickham. Retired at the end of March 2014 after 33 years there. Still active in General Practice doing Locum work. Became a Trustee at Bromley Y in September 2014. Also Trustee at Bromley and Lewisham Mind.
Clinical Lead at Bromley CCG for Mental Health and Dementia. Am a Vice President at Bromley Rugby Club. Apart from Rugby other interests include going to Theatre/Concerts and Eating out. Try to keep fit mainly through swimming.

Adrian Hollands

Adrian has been the treasurer of Bromley Y for nearly 30 years. Now semi-retired after a career in accountancy he has a number of positions with other charities as well as being a director of companies involved in pet health, oral hygiene and the distribution of innovative products worldwide.

Judge Tony Gore

Tony has been involved with Bromley Y for over 30 years. He is a retired Solicitor and currently works as Family Law Judge across the South East.

Catherine Kane

I have a background in psychology, medical research and social survey research and have been working as a children’s commissioner across the NHS and Local Authority for many years. I have a special research interest in resilience research and it’s application.

Emma Wright
Young Advisor

I was once a client at Bromley Y, and due to my struggles with mental illness, I have become very passionate about helping young people with such problems. I have seen first hand the wonderful help that this service provides and want to be a part of the impact Bromley Y has on young people and their families.

Dr Alan Beattie

I worked as a Community Paediatrician for 35 years and retired to pursue other interests. My areas of special interest included ADHD, Autism and Tic Disorders. I was the paediatrician linked to the Tier 2 CAMHS (wellbeing ) Service for 10 years from its inception. This involved discussions regarding referrals and joint clinics with the Tier 2 staff. I was the Named Doctor for Safeguarding for 8 years in my Trust.