Forever Manchester is delighted to welcome Brother Director Louise Marshall and Homes and Communities Agency Director Mick Warner to our Board of Trustees.

Louise, Brother UK’s Infrastructure and Shared Services Director has been a long-standing supporter of Forever Manchester, and is engaged with her local community in Tameside as a member of the Tameside Enterprise Board, and chair of the Pride of Tameside Business Awards.

Louise has also previously spoken at Forever Manchester Women.

Louise said: “I believe in and support Forever Manchester’s unique approach to encouraging communities to help themselves and improve their situations – it’s truly charity the Mancunian way.”

Mick Warner, Deputy Director of Regulatory Operations at the Homes and Communities Agency will take up the role of treasurer. An adopted Mancunian living in Chorlton, Mick brings great experience to the board, having already been appointed a trustee for the Tigers 4ever charity.

Mick said: “I’m involved with Forever Manchester because I want to support sustainable and vibrant communities, particularly at a time when the economic and social pressures on the people who make up many of those communities in Greater Manchester are so great.”

Forever Manchester’s CEO Nick Massey said: “Forever Manchester is delighted to welcome two experienced and committed professionals who are passionate about Greater Manchester. We believe both Louise and Mick have a great deal of experience to offer to Forever Manchester as a charity and to our Board of Trustees and look forward to working with them in the future.”