Brenda lives in at Tracy Ann House and works full time in running the Youth Cancer Trust and looking after the groups who stay at the house.
To contact Brenda:
Tel: 01202 763591 or email
John lives in at the house and helps Brenda look after the groups. John also co-ordinates the activities and accompanies the groups to and from the activity provider. John does the pick-up and drop-off to and from the coach/train stations.To contact John: 01202 763591 or email
Max has been involved with the Youth Cancer Trust for over 10 years and is an invaluable friend and advisor to the charity, helping to steer it to where we are today. He remains a commited friend and advocate for us. In April 2012, Max was invited to be a trustee of the Youth Cancer Trust.
Contact Max by email
Tracy Ann Trading
John runs local charity collections with pots in shops and offices. He also organises ‘Win a teddy bear’ raffles.
To contact John:
Telephone: 01929 421 352 or email
Administration Manager / Company Secretary
Contact Georgie if you have any queries about admin, the website, information packs, marketing materials, social media and grants.
To contact Georgie:
Tel: 01202 763 591 or email
Events & Fundraising Coordinator
Derek organises events and fundraising challenges on behalf of the Youth Cancer Trust. These include skydiving, London to Paris Cycle Ride, overseas challenges, runs, rowing and any other fundraising activities / events.
If you are interested in organising an event for the Youth Cancer Trust, then Derek is the man to speak to.
To contact Derek:
Tel: 07849 980000 or email
|Sir John Butterfill MP – Bournemouth West.
John and his wife Pam have been fantastic supporters of the Youth Cancer Trust for many years.
Youth Cancer Support Worker
Peter is the person to talk to about your holiday booking and if you need us to book your train tickets for you. He also helps run the office.
To contact Peter:
Tel: 01202 763 591 or email
Wendy helps in the office with marketing to hospitals and administration services for the Trust. She also helps coordinate events and works with Derek on local fundraising events.
To contact Wendy telephone: 01202 763591 or email
YCT Trading is set up to run collections across the UK in supermarkets and other public places. The collections take place in the areas where the young people who stay with us live.
Find out more about YCT Trading and how to contact them here.
- Tamas Hickish – Chair of Trustees
- Fidelma McCarthy
- Averil Baldwin
- David Baldwin – Vice-Chair of Trustees
- Alec McQuin
- Max Hillman
When Cozmo was a little girl her dream was to have the largest hat collection in the world. Today, she is recognised as one of Europe’s leading milliners having designed pieces for many world celebrities and leaders of fashion.
Her hats have featured on the front of leading fashion magazines including, Harpers and Queen and Tatler and are in constant demand by the press for fashion shoots throughout the year.
Her hats have been worn by stars such as Jay Kay of Jamiroquai , Kylie Minogue, Jodie and Jemma Kidd, Leah Wood and Pink.
Writer of the inspirational Benedict’s Brother. www.triciawalker.co.uk
On-going supporter of the Youth Cancer Trust.
“The Youth Cancer Trust offers such special and invaluable support to young people dealing with challenges that are unimaginable. I’m delighted to be associated with such a fabulous charity and with a team whose heart shines through in everything they do.”
Keyboard player Jamiroquai
“The Youth Cancer Trust is a fantastic idea with amazing people running it. I wish all the guys who come to Tracy Ann House a brilliant holiday.”
A professional Comedian for over 20 years, Scott is one of the most exciting talents to emerge from the South Coast in recent years; to quote The Stage, ‘Scott Charlton is the new age Tony Hancock’, an accolade indeed.
Scott has already been very active in his support of YCT for some years now and we would like to thank him for all his help and fundraising.
Visit Scott’s Website here
Local businessman. Launching the 10 Icons + 10 top restaurants Auction initiative 2015 and organising a black tie ball at the West Hants Club for May 2016.
“Next year (2016) I’ll be celebrating a very serious birthday, the sort of birthday that sends grown men into crisis and/or despair. So rather than buying a Harley Davidson or trying to run a marathon (where the difficulty would be that I’m built for comfort not for speed) I’ve decided to devote my spare time over the next year into raising money for the Youth Cancer Trust, by doing something that I have a real passion for.”
To contact David email firstname.lastname@example.org
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A prece of “my life so far” from Colin…
“Got the running buzz at 10 and clock up 65yrs of running this year,with a fair degree of success. I also had an exciting Police career (37yrs)in Dorset,mainly in CID retiring as Chief Inspector at Bournemouth.
For the last 35yrs or so my charitable focus has been to support causes both national and local and with “my team” we have raised a considerable amount.
10 years ago a dear friends daughter (Kerry) died of cancer at just 31. Kerrys cause was The Youth Cancer Trust so it became mine in her memory, through competing in/organising many running events and giving talks to numerous organisations.
My talk theme is “my life so far”, embracing its many aspects and turns and incorporating much humour. It has been well received to date. I am also an experienced Toastmaster (www.colinfrytoastmaster.co.uk) for Weddings,Corporate and other events again raising funds for YCT.
In all I am able to do, I realise how fortunate I have been and I am so pleased to be associated with YTC, it is very dear to my heart.
In 2001 East Dorset D.C. kindly gave me a “Special Community Service Award” and in July 2012 I was very privileged to carry “The Olympic Torch” during the Torch relay through Winfrith, Dorset an experience I will never forget.