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Tenant Panel - who we are

The Freebridge Tenant Panel has been set up to look at key areas of Freebridge’s work. The Panel meets on a regular basis to look at different projects and consider ways of improving key areas of work. The Panel is made up of up to 12 tenants who come from a wide range of backgrounds, and from the different communities, that Freebridge serves. The Panel is linked to the Freebridge board by giving and receiving feedback.

Other tenants, not on the Panel, can get involved by commenting on the different areas of work that the panel is looking at. It is a great way for tenants to learn new skills and play a real role in improving Freebridge’s services.

Charlotte Beck

Charlotte Beck

I am Norfolk born and bred, I've been a Freebridge Tenant for just over five years with my daughter and I’ve been on the freebridge tenant panel for about four years and I love it! Previously I have worked as a Graphic Designer, Receptionist and Activity Coordinator and at this time I focus my life on my daughter, baking and volunteering some of my free time and knowledge to the Tenant Panel. I adore my daughter, pets, baking and days out and I hope my skills, qualities and enthusiasm will benefit the Freebridge Tenant Panel.

Frances Fox

Frances Fox

My home has been in Norfolk since 1967. I live in a small village on the Lincolnshire border. It’s been a difficult year, not being able to hug grandchildren rating very high amongst the difficulties, but the monthly Tenant Panel meetings have helped a lot even though it’s all been on ZOOM. We are our own little community. It’s been a real booster when feeling down to see some smiling faces.

David Harrison

David Harrison

I live in St Germans and my hobbies are golf, gardening and caravanning. I am a returning member of the Tenant Panel and was on the panel for about seven years before. I am 71 years old and retired.

Anne Manning

Anne Manning

I'm from King’s Lynn, and during my working career I left the town when I was 17 years old to go to Essex where I qualified in Nursing and worked in many different hospitals across London. When I retired I left London, and returned back to King’s Lynn where I became a Freebridge tenant around six years ago, spending my time as a member of the Woman’s Institute helping them to organise events.

Annette McGivern

Annette McGivern

I am King’s Lynn born and bred and have lived here all my life. I recently retired after twenty years working for Action for Children at the family centre on Fairstead. Previous to that I was a GPO telephonist (later to become BT) and in my last eight years with BT I became an Engineer Trainer. I feel I still have a lot to offer in retirement which is why I am a member of the Freebridge Tenant Panel, a role I am looking forward to fulfilling.

Sandy Peckover

Sandy Peckover

Housewife, mother and grandmother. In a previous life I worked in an office environment. After my children started school I resumed work as a cleaner and a home help then back into clerical work. I am now retired. I have never taken part in any voluntary work before or any community projects.

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