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Contact Diabetes UK South East Coast and London

Please contact us if you have queries relating to the South East Coast and London region volunteering, local support groups, events and fundraising. We cover Greater London, Surrey, East Sussex, West Sussex and Kent.

Write to us at:

Wells Lawrence House
126 Back Church Lane
London
E1 1FH

 

Email or call us  -  secoastandlondon@diabetes.org.uk

Telephone: 01372 720148

For general queries NOT relating to this region, please email helpline@diabetes.org.uk or call 0345 123 2399, Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm

 

Meet the team

Jill Steaton - Regional Head,  South East Coast and London

I work with the NHS, public health and other organisations across the 33 London boroughs and the counties of Kent, East Sussex, West Sussex and Surrey to ensure people with diabetes get the care they need. I deliver our national campaigns locally working with volunteers and local groups to ensure we are championing good care and information at a local level.

Lorna Adamson and Gawain Evans - Improving Care Managers

We work with the NHS and other organisations across the region to improve the lives of people living with and at risk of diabetes. We focus on promoting improvements in healthcare delivery, diabetes prevention and care across London. 

Helen Riley - Regional Communications Manager

My job is to raise the profile of Diabetes UK, its work and the work of our volunteers and fundraisers in the regional media, newspapers, radio and TV – so please get in touch if you have a story to tell. 
 

Harry Steele - Regional Support Officer

I am the first point of contact for the team and helps with day-to-day activities. I arrange health and awareness events across the region, recruit volunteers for these events, coordinate with the organisers and look after materials.

Charlotte Burford - Volunteer and Outreach Manager

I lead volunteering development across the region. I am to develop and drive volunteering growth plans and make sure volunteering runs and develops in line with best practice and policy.

Clarrissa Morrill - Volunteer Outreach & Partnerships Officer and Emma Cobon-Drummie - Diabetes Support Worker

We the first point of contact for individual volunteers and local groups . We help to recruit and train new volunteers, together with training and managing our existing volunteers across the region.

Shuhala Abbas and Caroline Walker - Engaging Communities Officers

We influence engagement and improve healthcare for people at risk of and living with diabetes. We help build stronger relationships across and between communities by understanding community perceptions of diabetes and how we can empower them. we aim to tackle stigma and help build a grassroots movement improving lives and signpost Black, South Asian and other minority communities towards diabetes prevention, management and care.

Teresa Strange - Regional Fundraiser                

I work closely with our volunteering team to support all our volunteers, specifically roles that include fundraising. I look forward to meeting as many of you as possible during my time here. 

* Calls may be recorded for quality and training purposes.

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