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Allison Trimble

Allison Trimble

Community participation

Allison was one of the founders of the Bromley-by-Bow Centre and a critical factor in its successful development.

Andrew Mawson

Andrew Mawson

Director

Andrew is a serial social entrepreneur. He is best known for founding the Bromley- by-Bow Centre in East London, Community Action Network (CAN), Poplar Harca  (one of the first housing companies) and Leaside Regeneration Ltd.

Carlos Montes

Carlos Montes

Projects - food, nutrition, public health

Carlos is the Director of Jamie Oliver's Ministry of Food Stratford. AMP are proud to have assisted with the development of the Ministry of Food in Stratford.

Donald Findley

Donald Findley

Business manager

Donald has established a number of social enterprises in the last 20 years. Donald played a key role at the Bromley By Bow Centre in London’s in the1990s.

Liz Hodges

Liz Hodges

Development strategy

For over five years, Liz worked as Andrew's executive assistant and was also a project manager for AMP. During this time, she created and successfully secured funding for ‘The Bridge Programme’ which encourages able students from  East London to apply to leading universities including Oxford.

Paul Brickell

Paul Brickell

Regeneration and infrastructure

Paul is the Executive Director of Regeneration and Community Partnerships for the London Legacy Development Corporation.

Rob Trimble

Rob Trimble

Social enterprise

Rob has been the Chief Executive of the Bromley by Bow Centre since 2002. Rob served on the management board of the centre in the mid-1990’s.

Sam Everington

Dr. Sam Everington

Integrated health

Dr. Sam Everington has been a GP in Tower Hamlets for 20 years.

Dr. Sam Everington

Dr. Sam Everington has been a GP in Tower Hamlets for 20 years. He has pioneered the importance of an integrated approach to health and health care and the importance of education, the environment, arts and employment in health. Until recently Sam was also the deputy chair of the British Medical Association. He received the OBE in 1999 for services to primary care, and has received an award for excellence in healthcare by the World Family Doctors Europe (2006).

Sam knows that the development of primary care means integrated services working together, delivering all the patient’s health needs – medicine, but also jobs, education, environmental improvements and `creativity’. For Sam, GPs can play a key role in community regeneration and in particular can bring together different sections of the community.

Sam is a director of Community Health Partnerships, which delivers the NHS LIFT programme for building health premises that allow for a modern integrated approach to health (LIFT has received £1.5 billion of investment so far). Sam is one of the 31 national Social Enterprise Ambassadors and the only ambassador that is also a GP. He is on the ministerial advisory board on primary care (Access).

Sam is a qualified barrister, so you have been warned. He has also been a woodcarver and a log cabin builder in Norway. He is the proud owner of a folly in Scotland.

Integrated health