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Jane's background is in accounts and office administration. She started volunteering with BDDF in August 2015 and was elected to the board of trustees in May 2016.
Jane officially took over from Robert Heyfron as BDDF's Treasurer in February 2017.
George has a teaching background. For the last eight years, he has supported and advocated for people with learning disabilities.
He also co-organised a signposting service called Step One for people with learning disabilities in the Basingstoke area.
George currently works as a Support Worker
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He joined BDDF as a trustee in May 2017.
Jules has lived in Basingstoke for 48 years, and is registered blind.
In addition to his trustee role with BDDF, he is a member of the Access for All working group, and Chair of the Basingstoke Disabled sports club Dis-Sport Beavers. Jules is also a trustee of Helping Hands for the Blind and the Basingstoke disabled games.
Jules actively organizes the annual Basingstoke Disabled Games where 80 to 100 people with disabilities from all over the south of England come to compete.
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