Movers: Rebecca Woolley becomes director of Action on Hearing Loss Cymru

Plus: Tracey Hancock joins children's charity as head of fundraising; and the Allchurches Trust makes James Laing director of grants and relationships

Rebecca Woolley
Rebecca Woolley

Rebecca Woolley has been promoted to director at Action on Hearing Loss Cymru. She was head of services and takes over from Richard Williams, who has become chief executive of the Community Foundation in Wales.

Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity, which provides nursing care for seriously ill children, has appointed Tracey Hancock as head of fundraising and communications. She joins from Sue Ryder, where she was head of fundraising for Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.

The grant-maker Allchurches Trust has appointed James Laing as director of grants and relationships. He is general secretary of the Council of Lutheran Churches and will take up his new role on 1 February.

The grant-maker the CareTech Charitable Foundation has appointed Jonathan Freeman as its first chief executive. Freeman, who has taken up the role on an interim basis, joins from the mentoring charity Mosaic, where he was managing director.

Re~Cycle, a charity that ships second-hand bikes to Africa, where it trains local people to repair them, has appointed Vince Langdon-Morris as managing director.

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