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Lyndsey Campbell-Williams

Project Lead / Interim Chief Officer

My name is Lyndsey Williams and I am the projects lead, so I lead on the Môn Community Linc Social Prescribing project, Place Shaping and My Health Online project.
I have worked here nearly 10 years- I started in April 2013 as a project Manager for the Community Voices Programme
In my role as project lead I make sure the projects are running smoothly and that they are meeting their targets. I also look for funding for the projects to continue as well as identifying where they can also work with other schemes running such as the Warm Spaces. 
I work with partners to raise awareness of our projects and also to identify opportunities to work together with other organisations such as Anglesey Council, the Health Board, North Wales Police and Welsh Government.
I am also working within Medrwn Môn on staff wellbeing and creating a programme of activities for staff to enjoy time together away from their desks.
We have a great team within Medrwn, all the staff are supportive of each other and there’s always a great atmosphere! Every day is different and there’s no time to sit still! 
I enjoy identifying and working on new projects, joining up the dots and bringing people together.

Derlwyn R Hughes

Information and Training development Officer

My name is Derlwyn Rees Hughes, my role at Medrwn Mon is Information and Funding Officer.
I started working for Medrwn Môn 1st April 2000, Yes, it was April Fool’s Day, but the date is correct! I therefore have worked continuously for 22years.
My role consist of supporting local community / voluntary groups and organisations, from finding sources of funding to completing applications, as well as connecting groups with local and national funders.
Good Governance / providing accessible information, guidance, and support to enable groups / organisations and charities to practice good governance.
Emphasising organisation’s legal duties, such as ‘Constitutions’ and / or ‘Set of Rules’ ensuring it is effectively managed and promotes good practice in all its activities.
Assisting in distributing funding to Community / Voluntary Groups at the request of the funder e.g., Isle of Anglesey County Council, WCVA, or Welsh Government.
I enjoy being part of an enthusiastic, creative, and resolute team of officers, who are motivated, resourceful, and adaptable, and that our role helps ‘in making a difference to communities across Isle of Anglesey. 
I have the experience and ability to work as part of a team, but also with a degree of autonomy when required.


Linda Jones

Administrative Officer 

My name is Linda Jones and my role at Medrwn Môn is Administrative Officer. I've worked for Medrwn Môn for over 22 years. In my role at Medrwn Môn I complete administrative and finance work. I enjoy working for Medrwn Môn because I can be of help to the voluntary sector on the island.

Sheree Ellingworth

Third Sector and Community Wellbeing Officer

My name is Sheree Ellingworth, I have worked for Medrwn Môn on the Môn Community Link project as a Local Asset Co-ordinator (LAC) for 6 years. I enjoyed working with people and assisting them to connect them to their community and relevant services. During my time as a Local Asset Co-ordinator I worked alongside community groups, voluntary organisations and the public sector, and thought this new post would progress nicely from what I have learnt as a LAC. 

In my new role I will be responsible for promoting and raising the profile of the third sector and its added value to those partners working in health and social care. I will also be establishing a new Third Sector Wellbeing Network, to encourage groups and organisations to talk together, to share good practice and identify opportunities for joint working and identifying priorities to work towards in the future 
In addition to this, I will be sharing information, holding events and training sessions, raising awareness of and capturing local priorities within the health & wellbeing agenda, through the third sector network. 

Bethan Lloyd Jukes

Mon Community Linc Support Officer 

My name is Bethan Lloyd Jukes and my role at Medrwn Môn is Môn Community Linc Support Officer.
I’ve worked for Medrwn Môn since 2006, and I’ve worked as the Community Linc Support Officer since 2018. In total that's 16 years.
I’m the first point of contact for Môn Community Linc, ensuring service delivery is in line with Medrwn Môn's ethos, value and aims. I’m responsible for answering calls to Linc, receiving referrals from agencies, family and individuals, and sending the referrals on to the Local Asset Coordinators when needed.
I enjoy working as part of a team and knowing that my work helps people families that need support.

Local Asset Co-Ordinator

Veronica Huband

My name is Veronica and I Started working for Medrwn Mon in August 2019. My role as the Local Asset Coordinator (LAC) for the Holyhead and surrounding area includes helping with referrals looking for low level support to link people back into their communities; including social isolation, physical health, lack of confidence or information to improve their situation. I will identify activities and community services in their area that suits their interests, to help them improve their wellbeing, confidence and independence. I enjoy meeting new people and helping them to connect back into their communities using five simple things we can all do to give our wellbeing a boost:
•    Take notice – take time for yourself, notice things around you and savour the moment
•    Connect – Make time to connect with friends and family to help enrich your day
•    Be active –Being active makes you feel good. Get moving, dance, sing, go for a walk, a run or cycle
•    Keep learning – Learning something new can be fun, make you feel good and build your confidence
•    Give – Acts of kindness, helping others or even volunteering can make you feel happier…..give it a go!

Awen Dodd

Local Asset Co-Ordinator

My name is Awen Dodd and I work as a Local Asset Coordinator covering the Aethwy and Seiriol Ward on Anglesey. 

I started working in partnership with Medrwn Môn in 2012 as an Engagement Officer with Llais Ni Youth Council and moved on to work as a Local Asset Coordinator in 2019. 

As part of our social prescribing project, I support individuals and families of all ages to access local activities, groups, resources and opportunities within their community to improve their overall wellbeing. A vital part of my role is to build relationships with the people I support by listening carefully to what matters to them and what motivates them. It’s important to me that the person, and their family where appropriate, becomes an equal partner in the planning of their care and support, ensuring it meets their needs, goals, and outcomes. 

The best thing about my job is seeing the people I support gain confidence to do something they've always wanted to do, and being part of the process that made it happen. It can be stimulating and rewarding work, with a real sense of fulfilment. 
Working and supporting community volunteers during the pandemic was a complete privilege and an experience I will never forget. It was amazing to witness the community spirit during such a difficult time. 


Anne Jones

Local Asset Co-Ordinator

My name is Anne, I am the Local Asset co-ordinator for the Bodowyr and Bro Aberffraw area on the Island. 
I began my role in September 2019 as a family & community coordinator across the Island, supporting children & young people then changing to local asset co-ordinator, supporting families and adults.
Within my role as local asset co ordinator I support families and individuals to access their interests within their local communities and across the Island, we work within the social prescribing model, incorporating the 5 ways to wellbeing model encouraging people to connect, be active, take notice, learn new skills and give. We also give great consideration to our own team and their wellbeing, achieving the wellbeing champion in the workplace certificate this year.
We also work collaboratively with other agencies, recently attending tenants’ participation session with Tai Môn .
Supporting people to engage with their community, access groups and interests, meeting new people and achieving positive outcomes, having a positive impact on peoples health and wellbeing. 
We are also lucky to have a dedicated team who support each other. 


Rhian Hughes

Local Asset Co-Ordinator

My name is Rhian Hughes and my role at Medrwn Môn is Local Asset co-Ordinator.
I have worked at Medrwn Môn since February 2022 – on Secondment from the Seiriol Alliance to cover Awen Dodd's Maternity leave.
 I have now returned to Medrwn part time to take over Sheree's old role
In my role I deal with referrals through Community Linc and Elemental Portal.  Help people in difficult situations either through illness/mental Health issues/Anxiety and Loneliness issues within their community.  Help with organising community let activities/organising for people to get together – befriending within their community.
I enjoy working at Medrwn Môn as we are very much Community based.  The hive of information that is held here is second to none.  The Local knowledge that plays a very big part in dealing with referrals. 
Having worked as a volunteer for many years with difference project I can totally appreciate the work that is involved, the commitment that is involved.  

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