Sue Henchley

Sue Henchley

I have lived in the Forest of Dean since 1987, having moved from St Albans in Hertfordshire.  I trained as a physiotherapist including the treatment of children, and people with all types of disabilities.

I also took a degree in Ergonomics when I realised that treating people when things go worng is only half the battle.  I also needed to correct postures and practices which can increase the chance of injuries.

I am interested in politics and have been a local councillor on the Forest of Dean Council.  At present I am Chair of Governors at the Heart of the Forest Special School at Speech House, a job I enjoy very much.  I am also a Trustee at Forest Sensory Services, a facility and resource centre for people with sight and hearing problems,  Another of my interests is as a board member and volunteer of the Co-Operative which governs Mitcheldean Community Library.

I love working on the board of The Orchard Trust.  It performs very important functions, and there are so many interest interesting things going on there.

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  • 09/10/2018 9:21am
  • We have been nominated for 3 awards at the GCPA Care Awards! Well done to Sally Skelton at Kimberley Drive for being nominated for Aspiring Leadership, Phill Hucks at the Day Centre for Innovation in Care, Caroline Jones in Grants and Fundraising for Outstanding Contribution and Orchard Trust (Steph Austin, Lorraine Gomery, Paige Alexander and Christopher Robins at Sevenoaks) for End of Life Care.

  • 07/08/2018 2:40pm
  • Sunshine, music and games! We had a fantastic day at our Summer Fair on 22 July.