Carrie Byrom MBE
Director of Stable Lives
Carrie is the Director of Stable Lives and leads on our adult courses. Alongside this, Carrie supports across all areas of the charity.
With her background in event riding and more recently dressage, Carrie is able bring all she knows from the sport into the courses.
Chair of Trustees
Chris is the Chair of Trustees for the charity and is also our Youth Group Leader.
As an Assistant Headteacher at a local primary school, Chris supports on the curation and delivery of our child and youth programmes.
Gavin Kimble MBE
Board of Trustees
His wealth of knowledge means he supports a number of charities and also works with ‘The Lions’ – a Christian organisation supporting start-up charities.
Gavin is a trustee with extensive experience in the charity sphere.
Board of Trustees
Craig is a trustee of Stable Lives and has close links to the blue light services.
Craig supports in the strategic planning of the Charity whilst also taking a lead on policies and procedures.
Ellie is one of our lead support workers working with both adults, children and young adults.
Michelle is one of our lead support workers working with both adults, children and youth.
Hannah is our Charity Administrator. Email or call us? Hannah will be your contact point.
Our Epic Volunteers and Supporters
Our EPIC group of volunteers make what we do possible. On our adult courses our volunteers help to provide a safe and calm environment for those in need. Furthermore, we are bolstered by our team of volunteers who help and support in the running of the Stable Lives Youth Group.
Parbold Equestrian Centre are also a great support for our charity – looking after our wonderful horses and ponies and providing us with the facilities to be able to do our work.
Many of our horses and ponies have been rehabilitated and lived experiences that they use to support those in need. Slinky joined Stable Lives after being rescued from a tiny barn where he’d been locked in with 100 other animals for four years. Fimbo who is blind in one eye and helps veterans with physical challenges. Mare Willow teaches about anxiety and aggressive behaviour – during her rehabilitation, she would attack when she was frightened, yet with careful training, she learned to stay calm and build trust.