Gym News

Meet Rosie: Day In The Life Of Our Vital Volunteer Coordinator

Meet Rosie. She's our vital new volunteer coordinator. Rosie, 23, will be recruiting various volunteers covering roles from admin to event support to join our service. We spoke to her to find out more about her role and what impact it will have for both her and us. 

The Q&A

Q: What's your education/career background? You said you're also currently at Roman Road Trust alongside the Ability Bow role? 

A: I graduated from Queen Mary University in 2017 with a BA in Drama.

Catching Up With: Siobhan

Meet Siobhan Lanigan. She's been the chair of our Ability Bow trustees since we started in 2006. 

Her primary focus is now on providing our Ability Bow management with operational and strategic support, including to our dynamic director, Victoria Kent.

We caught up with Siobhan, 59, to find out more about her, including her work at the fantastic Food Chain

Meet Reece: Recovering From A Near Fatal Cruel Prank To Rebuilding Strength At Our Gym

According to Spinal Research UK, more than 50,000 people in the UK and Ireland are living with paralysis caused by spinal cord injury.

Many of those living with this type of diagnosis are defined as being tetraplegic - which is paralysis in both an individual’s arms and legs.

After experiencing a severe spinal injury while on holiday, we spoke to our wheelchair-based gym member Reece Kempley, who explains why Ability Bow is helping him to live life and face the day again.

Meet Rochelle: Day In The Life Of Our Remarkable New Receptionist

Meet Rochelle. She’s one of our remarkable receptionists, who began her new role late last month at our disabilities and long-term health conditions exercise service. She spoke to us more about her job and why she’s already found she loves working here!

The Q&A

Q: Where do you live?

A: Elephant and Castle, London.

Q: What’s your career/study/educational background?

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