Our People

Joan Brown

Joan has a background in secondary education and her doctorate focused on the disconnected transitions for school-leavers with additional support needs.

Joan Brown

Mary Gibbon

Mary’s experience working for Adult Basic Education means she knows only too well the many barriers which can lead to disempowerment in the community.

Mary Gibbon

Jill Dawson

Jill is currently a secondary school support teacher led Junior Rangers, in liaison with the Fife Ranger Service, and many of her pupils gained John Muir Awards, some at gold level.

Jill Dawson

Alana Brown

Alana has a special knowledge of learning disabilities.  As a Supported Employment service user herself, Alana has direct links with potential beneficiaries.

Alana Paterson-Brown

Elizabeth (Libby) has a background in community development, having worked as a Community Learning Co-ordinator, as a peer educator for Syrian refugee families and as an artist and tutor within the community. Libby is also the current President of Howe of Fife Rotary Club. Libby’s extensive experience in working within the community and in maintaining professional links makes her an ideal trustee to help to bring Lucky Ewe forward.

Elizabeth Elliot

Richard Young

Richard joined as a trustee with Lucky Ewe this year and his background in the family beef, sheep and arable farm in Northumberland lends Lucky Ewe an experienced voice. Richard currently works as a Service Administrator at Reekie LTD Cupar and volunteers at Lucky Ewe most weekends.

Richard Young

Claudia Marshall

Claudia is currently the Managing Director of RVM Systems Ltd in Broxburn and with more than thirty years of experience working in the business world in the UK and other European countries, hopes to use that knowledge and expertise to good effect for Lucky Ewe. Claudia loves working with people, particularly in a mentoring role, and enjoys working the land. She and her husband are tenants of a 15 acres croft.

Claudia Marshall

Abby-Leigh has a strong interest in working with sheep, cows and chickens. As someone with autism, Abby has found that these farm animals, in particular, have a calming effect. Working with the sheep at Lucky Ewe creates a therapeutic environment for herself and others with autism. As a trustee and volunteer working on the farm, Abby now brings to Lucky Ewe valuable personal experience and knowledge: Abby is currently undertaking an Apprenticeship at two local dairy farms.

Abby-Leigh

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Lucky Ewe

Registered Charity: SCIO 050034

15 Ceres Road, Cupar, Fife, KY15 5JT

07817 278630

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