Our Trustees

The Acorn Centre is governed by three dedicated trustees who help to guide the development of the Centre and ensure we meet the required regulations.


They all bring unique skills and experience to support the Centre and its work and help us to promote our services so we can support more people in Warwickshire.


We are always on the look out for more people of all ages to join our trustees and help guide the charity. 


If you are interested in joining our board of trustees, please email info@acorncentrewarks.org.uk for more information.

Natalie Parsons

Chair of Trustees

Natalie completed counselling training in 2003 following on from a teaching career. She volunteered as a receptionist at the Centre until she started a full-time job supporting young mums. Keen to retain a link with the Centre, Natalie became a trustee and now works with the team to help run this small charity. Fundraising is important to Natalie as The Acorn Centre is a not for profit organisation and wants its services to be accessible to everyone. When she is not involved with the charity, Natalie runs her own first aid training business, WorkSafe Training Systems.

Cheryl Liddle

Cheryl has more than 20 years experience of working in communications and marketing, holding a number of senior posts before starting her own business. As an owner of Elliott House Communications, Cheryl has worked with large corporate organisations and charities to produce their publications and marketing materials to improve communication with their key stakeholders. Cheryl brings her communications skills to The Acorn Centre and guides our PR, social media work and the on-going development of our own publications and materials.

Katrina Kimberley

Katrina joined The Acorn Centre Board of Trustees in 2016 after fundraising for the charity through her employment at Cocks Lloyd Solicitors. Katrina is a Licensing and Criminal Law Specialist at Cocks Lloyd where she supports clients in often complex and serious cases. Her empathetic skills enable her to support her clients through often difficult and emotionally challenging processes. Katrina brings her skills in planning and organisation to The Acorn Centre team and wants to help develop the Centre through fundraising. 

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