Nic is one of the founding trustees of The Rainbow Project.
Nic is a professional teacher.
She loves everything crafty, especially if it involves glitter.
She is often the practical support behind many of the large projects dreamt up by Helen.
Nic and Lesley host the craft group.
Lesley is a Yorkshire born & bred lass.
LGBTQIA+ rights are close to her heart.
She joined The Rainbow Project to make a difference.
Lesley joint hosts the craft group.
You will find her with a cuppa in one hand, crochet in the other.
Jamie Campbell grew up in Toronto, the tiny village just outside of Bishop Auckland.
When he was younger he was bullied for his effeminate nature.
No matter how difficult it got he didn’t let the bullies get the better of him.
In 2011 he was the subject of the BBC documentary Jamie: Drag Queen at 16.
The documentary followed Jamie as he discovered his alter-ego Fifi la True and eventually unveiled her at his end of school prom.
The documentary has now been turned in to a hit West end musical Everybody’s Talking about Jamie.
The play inspired a movie by the same name.
Claire grew up in an incredibly open household where acceptance and love for everyone was a key part of her upbringing.
She always knew she wanted a career based on these values.
Claire works within the information, advice, and guidance sector, working with some of the most vulnerable in society.
Claire has a vast knowledge and experience of helping people achieve their life goals.
Take a look at "First step on a long journey - The day Claire didn't think of the emotional impact on her!!" on our blog page that was written by Claire.