Meet The Board

Here you can meet the board members for the community Centre.

Photo Of Board Chair, Jillian Creasey

Jillian Creasy

Jillian is new to the board, being a member since autumn of 2015 and now serves as chair of the board as of early 2016. She was originally on the committee in the early days of the centre, but had to step down when she had become a full time General Practitioner. However, her work with the centre picked up again when she became a city councillor for the Broomhill area, helping with the projects, and since retirement, she has decided to get involved more directly in the centre. She offers invaluable knowledge about the area from living here locally and her time working as a councillor. She also offers management experience and can run groups effectively.


Photo of Board Member, Ian Cooke

Ian Cooke

Ian served as the Head of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Sheffield from 1972 – 2000 and is now an Emeritus Professor. Ian currently serves as Chair of the management team at St Andrew’s United Reformed Church on Hanover St, also serving as chair of the Broomhall forum for 5 Years until its demise in 2015. He is still involved professionally both nationally and internationally and is currently to arrange survey work in Africa within his field. While he does not live in Broomhall, he has a longstanding interest, allowing him to contribute locally from his administrative experience from his career, which spanned over 50 years and many nations.

 


Photo of Board Member, Maggie Wykes

Maggie Wykes

Maggie has been on the board for over 10 years now so knows the centre very well. She has previously served as chair of the board and currently lectures at the University of Sheffield’s Law School teaching Criminology. She offers local knowledge as she lives in the local area herself as well as offering invaluable skills such as research abilities and offers numerous contacts from the university itself and those she has made throughout her career. She also has an invaluable understanding of vulnerable individuals and communities.

 

 


Photo of Board Member, Pete Sacker

Pete Sacker

Pete is also new to the board having joined in 2016 and currently serves as the board secretary, however, he was involved in the conversion project in the 1980’s of the centre from a church hall. He lives locally so has knowledge of the local residents and area so he can help tailor the services to the residents along with other board members. He has a commitment to making the centre a continuing resource for the community by making the centre sustainable.

 

 


Jack De Aguilar

Jack works at the Centre as a Digital Content and Admin Assistant. Since starting in October, he has designed a new website, created social media channels and increased communication between the Centre and its users and potential new users. He has also created a community cinema project with funding from Cinema For All. The hope is that this project will increase the Broomhall Centre’s presence in the community and boosts its financial prospects while continuing to connect communities together.

 


Photo of City Councillor, Kieran Harpham

Our City Councillors

To contact any of the Councillors, please click their image.

Councillors Michelle Cook and Kieran Harpham work for the government to represent the people of Broomhill and Sharrow Vale. If there are any issues within the ward, you can contact either of the two and discuss these issues with them. As well as helping the local residents they interact with other sections of the council to help resolve issues there, i.e. parking issues.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo of City Councillor, Michelle Cook
They hold surgeries at the Broomhill community centre and Hanover TARA Office in Sharrow Vale, once a month in which local residents can attend to talk about any issues they may have.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo of City Councillor, Magid

 

Councillor Magid, does not hold surgeries however, if you would like to meet Councillor Magid to raise any concerns, please either ring or email him to arrange a meeting. He can either meet you in the Town Hall or at a convenient place for you, whether that is your home, a local café or community centre.