Sonya Timms joins Magic Bus UK

Plus Oonagh Smyth, Paul Evans, Saskia Enthoven, Nigel Chapman, Joanna SimonsTom Horwood and Dr Brian Wookey

Sonya Timms
Sonya Timms

- Sonya Timms has been appointed director of Magic Bus UK, which works with children in poverty in India. She was previously head of special events at the NSPCC.

- Mencap has taken on Oonagh Smyth as head of planning and governance. She joins from the NCVO, where she was senior governance consultant.

Saskia Enthoven- The Barrow Cadbury Trust has appointed Paul Evans, head of public affairs at the Holocaust Educational Trust, as communications manager. The trust has also taken on Saskia Enthoven (right) as an intern on the London living wage for the next six months.

Trustees

Nigel Chapman- Shelter has appointed Nigel Chapman, (right) chief executive of Plan International, and Joanna Simons, chief executive of Oxfordshire County Council, as trustees.

- Tom Horwood, executive director at East Hampshire District and Havant Borough councils, has been appointed chair of the Anaphylaxis Campaign, which supports people at risk from severe allergic reactions. Dr Brian Wookey, a retired GP, is the charity's new vice-chair.

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