We have a leadership team who oversee the spiritual life and development of the church and act as trustees for the charity. The team is currently Peter Assheton, Nigel Dibb, Gareth Edwards, and Russell Page
Our family moved to Waverton from Hull in 2007 when I began work as a youth worker at the church. After a sabbatical in 2015, I changed roles and now work with family and community engagement. I am married to Rachel who is a health visitor and we have two daughters; Lucy and Bethan who are at university. My role at WEF is varied and this includes working in local schools, connecting with community groups, local families and children. Outside of work I love playing the guitar, cycling, DIY and travelling to visit new places
Hi, I’m Mandi, I live in Neston on the Wirral. As a family we moved to WEF in 2019. Due to my husband, Duncan’s previous work (RAF) we have lived in a few different places and attended lots of different churches and I generally seem to end up helping with the children’s work and as a family, with our daughter Cai, we end up playing music! Over the years I’ve had many different jobs, mostly working with children in a variety of settings, from playschools, nurseries, schools to music tutoring and childminding, although most of my paid work involving children has been with Primary and younger, I have worked with older youth in a voluntary capacity in churches and at Youth Camps.
My role at WEF is leading the various children’s groups and activities alongside Jon including working in local schools.
I am happiest when I’m being creative. I enjoy a variety of crafts, music and photography and I’m even happier when I can share this with children although this can end up being very messy!