P&B Individual Community Work

Pickering & Butters are exceptionally proud of the involvement of our staff in the time they give back to the community and their individual efforts made in charity fundraising.   

Will Johnson has been a Trustee of Katharine House Hospice since 2010, concentrating on income generation, largely because of his fundraising experience. He is now Chair of the Income Generation committee.   

Don White is a governor at Stafford Grammar School and was one of the founding trustees of Katharine House Hospice.

Jan Boulter is the Chair of the Governors at St Paul’s school Stafford and a former trustee of Katharine House Hospice.

Martin Wallbank was a Trustee of Rugeley CAB, then of Cannock Chase CAB and now of Staffs South West CAB.   

James Wallbank is Chairman and Treasurer of Stafford and District Round Table. An organisation which has raised thousands for the Stafford community since being established.  He also donates his time each month to run an advice clinic with Signposts.

Sean Spinetto is former Chairman and Treasurer of Stafford and District Round Table and remains an active member. He is also a member of the West Midlands Committee of the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution and The Agricultural Law Association.

Amy Bedford is former Trustee of Signposts, a local charity committed to serving the needs of the community and previously Ambassador for Dalit Freedom Network, a charity raising funds and awareness for some of the most oppressed people in India. Amy now organises and heads up a regular, voluntary community children’s club.

Sue Winnington often wonders just how many hours she has spent knitting for charity over the years!  She regularly supplies knitted hedgehogs for the hedgehog charity in Great Wyrley and has also knitted for the Myeloma charity, a snowman for the blood bikes (more planned for this Christmas too) and poppies for Poppy Day. 

Debbie Jones is the secretary of the Ruth Dickson Trust, a local charity who help mentally and physically disabled people in the Staffordshire area.  RDT is celebrating its 40th year this year and have various events lined up throughout the year to celebrate the fact and in the hope that they can raise pots of money to enable them to help even more people.