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Nick Cork

I have lived and worked in and around Framlingham for the past 25 years. I have been a Town Councillor and am trustee of The Mills Charity. I joined Rotary in 2000 and helped form the Framlingham Rotary Club in 2010. As a Rotarian I am encouraged to improve lives within the community I live and work. It was that ideal that lead to the starting of Hour Community.

I have been involved in Rotary community projects all over the world, but i have never forgotten the fact there are people in Framlingham and the surrounding area who also need our help.

 Sharon Norman  

I have been involved with the Rotary Club, through my partner, for over 10 years. I became a Rotarian 2 years ago and have been involved with their community projects ever since.

I have 25 years of experience as a carer, which has involved working in Dementia care for the past 6 years at Mills Meadow care home in Framlingham and hold an NVQ III in Dementia Care and End of Life Care.

Currently I am involved in a number of services in a voluntary capacity, including working for the Forget-Me-Not club for those with Dementia and memory difficulties, enabling them and their carers to socialize within the community.

I am a volunteer driver for Hour Community's Hospital Transport Service and I have set up the Hour Community Dementia Befriending Service with a group of experienced carers.

 Stuart Stanford  

I moved to Framlingham 13 years ago when I began working for a mental health charity, which was based in the town. Prior to that I worked for 10 years with adults with a learning disability in and around Ipswich.

As of 2014 I've been responsible for the administration and day-to-day co-ordination of Hour Community's evolving services. It feels good to be supporting the great work the Rotary Club of Framlingham has been doing over the last 5 years and helping to build on that for the residents of the town and its surrounding villages.