Who's who

Our team

Chickenley Hub is run by a small but team of dedicated staff and volunteers.

Cathy Scott
Community Centre Manager

The manager of Chickenley Hub for more than ten years, Cathy has an extensive knowledge of the Chickenley area, also serving as a local councillor and cabinet member of Kirklees Council. She organises the ALIENS youth club.

Annie Quinn
Building Abilities Co-ordinator

Annie runs Building Abilities, the community centre's day service for adults with learning disabilities. Annie also volunteers to help run  the BCM Stars majorette dance troop based at the community centre.

Paul Moore
Community Development Worker

Paul has been instrumental in securing funding for Chickenley Hub, including from the Big Lottery and Kirklees Council, for development work at the community centre. 


Darren Wilson
Trustee and Chair

Darren is Community Engagement Manager for Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing, covering the Chickenley area.

Roy Williams

Having served in the army for 15 years in the Second Battalion Light Infantry, Roy is a key figure on the Dewsbury Remembrance Sunday parade. He volunteers with the ALIENS youth club. 

Julie Ferguson
Trustee and Treasurer

Julie is a local Chickenley resident and a former graduate in Applied Science and Forensic Measurement. Julie has been a long serving volunteer at the community centre and is well known locally.


Chickenley Hub relies on our committed team of volunteers.
We welcome volunteers from all backgrounds and skill sets and provide opportunities for building experience and confidence in the workplace.
If you’d like to volunteer with Chickenley Hub please get in touch today.

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