“A couple of years ago I was asked if I would help establish a charity - Denbigh Workshop, by becoming a Trustee. I was told that the Charity intended to help the local community, particularly children whom may not ordinarily have access to drama and musical theatre activities. Having 2 young children myself, I was keen to help and by agreeing to become a Trustee, together with the other founding Trustee’s the Charity was born.
Denbigh Workshop is growing from strength to strength and I am proud to be part of it. The education and inspiration that Tracy and her team are delivering through drama makes my volunteering as a Trustee feel very worthwhile.”
“Becoming a Trustee of Denbigh Workshop has been a privilege. My daughter attends Denbigh Workshop every Saturday morning and has also attended several Summer Schools. I have watched her grow in confidence and witnessed first-hand the boost to her self-esteem as she has achieved her ‘Theatre Milestones’.
Becoming a Trustee of this Charity has been an opportunity to help facilitate an inclusive environment where all children are welcome and given the opportunity to achieve; where friendships are forged and new skills are learned. Who wouldn’t want to be a part of that?"
“I feel very privileged to have been asked to become a trustee for Denbigh Workshop, such a fantastic charity.
We are very lucky here in Denbighshire to have such talented and experienced actors live in the area, whilst sharing their knowledge and passion with our young people. The confidence given to our future generation from attending the workshops is invaluable.
Exciting times ahead for Denbigh Workshop and I am rather proud to be one of the trustees.”
“I first met with The Denbigh Workshop at a DVSC sponsored event matching charities with potential trustees. I was immediately impressed with their aims and objectives as I know from personal experience the huge benefits that children, in particular, can gain from getting involved in stagecraft. Any child can benefit from it in terms of confidence building and inclusion and it can be especially beneficial for children who may otherwise not have the opportunity. The fact that it is run by a professional actor also makes a huge difference, as Tracy really understands all aspects of being on stage, and everything that goes around it. As a trustee I get a lot of satisfaction out of helping shape the direction of The Denbigh Workshop, using my own commercial experience, and then even more when I see the successes that it has achieved. There are always new opportunities to go for and I am delighted to be a part of helping The Denbigh Workshop do just that. They have already made huge differences to a number of people's lives in the Denbigh area and I am sure they will carry on doing so.”