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Office Staff

  • Aline Macready, Chief Executive | Bexley SNAPAline Macready
    Chief Executive

    I joined Bexley SNAP in August 2015 as the CEO and I am passionate about helping SNAP continue the great work that they do. I have many years experience working with disabled children, young people and their families and I am pleased to have this opportunity to work with SNAP to support efforts in changing society where disabled children and young people are regarded as valuable members of society and have choices to fulfil their aspirations.
  • Rose Robb, Finance Officer | Bexley SNAPRose Robb
    Operations Manager

    Rose is the Operations Manager and has overall responsibility for the delivery and development of leisure and short breaks services, family services and the general day to day running of Snap.

    Rose's previous background is in Human Resources.  Coupled with her personal experience of disablility, she is passionate and committed to SNAP's vision that disabled children have choices and a right to a fulfilling life.
  • Claire Sullivan, Activities Co-ordinator | Bexley SNAPClaire Sullivan
    Activities Co-ordinator

    As Activities Co-ordinator Claire's role is to make sure that everybody is in the right place at the right time so Snap's clubs run smoothly for the enjoyment and safety of the many disabled children who attend.
  • Alana Powell
    Office Administrator/


    Role description to follow. Please check back soon.                                                                                                                   


Play and Youth Leaders

  • Katie Robinson, Senior Leisure Co-ordinator | Bexley SNAPKatie Robinson
    Play and Youth Leader

    Katie is the Youth and Play leader at Saturday Youth Club, Thursday Youth club and at our holiday schemes.
  • Amy Lloyd, Leisure Co-ordinator | Bexley SNAPAmy Lloyd
    Play and Youth Leader

    I have been working at SNAP for over 13 years. I began as a leisure support worker, then a senior co-ordinator and now a Play and youth leader. I plan and organise various activities/outings for these schemes to make them fun and exciting for the children. I work closely with the children and get to know them very well which enables me to write individual targets that they are able to achieve. My role is very rewarding and enjoyable as I am able to interact with both children and their families - it's really nice when parents/carers let us know that their children have had a good time with us.

Senior Leisure Co-ordinators

  • Suki Purewal, Senior Leisure Co-ordinator | Bexley SNAPSuki Purewal

    I have been working at Bexley SNAP for the past three years as a Scheme Co-ordinator. I work in the holiday schemes as well as at the Saturday Fun Club. My role as a senior is to co-ordinate the day-to-day running of the schemes and their activities. I really enjoy working with the children and receive great satisfaction from seeing them enjoy their time with us.
  • Viv Viney, Senior Leisure Co-ordinator | Bexley SNAPViv Viney

    I have worked for Bexley SNAP for many years across a variety of projects. My current role is managing the Archway Project working with young people promoting their independence and development of new skills and experiences. Knowing that I have played a part in young people's lives enabling them to reach personal targets no matter how small is the most rewarding part of my role.

Early Years Team

  • Anita Claridge, Little Stars Team | Bexley SNAPAnita Claridge
    Team Member

    I have been a team leader at "Little Stars" for 10 yrs. Previously I was a paediatric physiotherapist (now retired) working in the Bexley community and at Shenstone school.  I feel privileged to be working with the children and parents at Little Stars.


  • Natalie Turpin
    Relief Team Member

  • Nong Somers
    Relief Team Member


  • Tessa Russell  Relief Team Assistant
  • Jane Mayers  Relief Team Assistant

Our Support Staff

This busy team of staff are wonderfully supported by a dedicated team of leisure sessional workers and skilled volunteers.


What really helped me was to discover that I was not alone and that there were many other parents/carers just like me, with one or more disabled children to care for.



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