We think of ourselves as one big family here at CAFT! Now, our actual family is much bigger and includes lovely people from all over; from groups and children that visit us, event attendees, to challengers, local and national businesses and our amazing Patrons and President! That said, here’s the family down on the farm.
Fun Fact: I share my name with CAFT President, Sir Bobby Charlton!
Fun Fact: My favourite toy when I was growing up was my scalextric!
The best thing about CAFT is meeting inspirational children, families and carers every day!
My favourite toy when I was growing up was my yoyo!
The best thing about CAFT is that it allows children to simply be children for a little while.
When I was growing up I wanted to be a teacher or policewoman.
My go to karaoke song is Twist and Shout by The Beatles!
Three words I would use to describe myself are… Loud, weird & bubbly.
The best piece of advice I have ever received was “Never take yourself too seriously!”
When I was growing up I wanted to be Miss World and live on Southfork Ranch.
The best thing about CAFT is the laughter; it is the best medicine.
My ideal Sunday is spent eating and drinking with my family.
A fun fact about me: I was once adopted by aborigines and renamed Gbarunga, which means waterbird.
My motto is … "Are you excited?"
When I was growing up I wanted to be a milkman through the week and an astronaut over the weekend! (I was seven years old!)
A fun fact about me is that I am the best Hot Chocolate maker at CAFT!
My favourite game growing up was Monopoly.
The best thing about CAFT is that I feel like we are doing something that is really appreciated by our visitors.
My superhero name would be Obi-Tom Kenobi and my super power would be the Jedi mind trick!
A fun fact about me is that I was created by CAFT Patron, Curtis Jobling, illustrator extraordinaire.
A fun fact about me is that I am a florist too!
My motto is “live life to the full!”
When I was growing up my favourite game was Twister!
At work you can find me singing, dancing and practicing the ukulele!