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Meet Our Wellbeing Team

If there is anything you would like to discus, you can talk to us face-to-face - usually there will be one of us at training or at matches - you can give us a call or send an email. We are here to listen, whether you have a problem, suggestion or just want to talk something through.

Click here to read our Wellbeing Guide

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Ruth Bingham

I am a qualified PE and games teacher, level 2 hockey coach and welfare officer who is also a mother of 4 children (2 boys and 2 girls, the eldest now being 21) so have plenty of experience of children and teenagers in particular. I am open and friendly and happy to chat.

Click here for my number or send me an email.

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Steve Innes

In my professional life I have been actively involved in wellbeing for several years.

I am on the working group for wellbeing across my profession; I regularly provide wellbeing training for students and more established members; I lead a committee within my own organisation and have been responsible for drafting its wellbeing policies. Away from work, I play hockey for the Club's men's and mixed teams and help coach the boys. I watch and get involved in a lot of hockey training and matches and love chatting to parents and juniors about their experiences. I am passionate about helping everyone in the Club to feel valued and get the very most out of their hockey experience with us.

Click here for my number or send me an email​.

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Kelly Burden

Hi I’m Kelly and I am part of our Club’s well-being team.  I am an EH qualified Welfare officer.  As a mum of two children at the club and also as Team Manager for the U14 Girls, I feel I have built up a great rapport with both children and parents  on and off the pitch and I’d like to think I am understanding and approachable person who is always willing to listen.  

Click here for my number or send me an email​.

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