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Below is information about our Board Of Trustees.


James Hunt

Chair Of Trustees

James has been working in the charity sector for nearly 20 years, mostly in fundraising but more recently in leadership roles.

He is truly honoured and proud to be Chair of Trustees at CASPA, and inspired by all the staff,volunteers and members everytime he gets to visit a club or session.

As well as working in charity James is also a local Councillor in Bexley and was Mayor between 2020 and 2022, supporting his residents through Covid. He is married with 2 amazing sons who will be involved with something CASPA related when the time is right!

Sharon Harrison


I am a mother of two and an active part of our local community.  I work for a global IT organisation with responsibility for driving collaboration across international borders.  I appreciate diversity of opinion and have a natural interest in behavioural and physical science.  I enjoy working in a team, problem solving and gaining a new perspective.  I love being outside and I make time for fun.

Hobbies and Interests:  Every type of water sport and curling up with a good book.

Favorite Food: Pizza

Favourite Film: Too hard to say – Shawshank Redemption, Sound of Music and Parent Trap rank among the top 3.

What do you love about working at CASPA?  The people.  The diversity.  The acceptance for being yourself.  Being part of a community.  The same reasons that our members are part of CASPA.  We’ve found our home.

James Cleverley


I’m Clev,

I’ve been around CASPA for a long time now. First helping out at clubs and residential and then running newniors in Downham.

I am currently an Assistant Principal at a special needs school in Bromley and have worked with autistic, SEND children and young people for over a decade.

Becoming a Trustee meant staying in touch with an organisation that I love and that I’ve seen do so much vital and valuable work in our local community for people who deserve opportunities to thrive.

Helen Smith


I work for a charity called Unity Works as Employment Service Manager. I am passionate champion and advocate for people with a learning disability and autistic people in the workplace. I have worked in the voluntary sector for over 30 years overseeing supported employment, employer engagement , supported internships and social enterprises. I am committed to bridging the disproportionately large employment gap people with a disability. 

Hobbies and Interests: Dog walks, spending time with the family and going on holiday.

Favourite Food: Eating out

Favourite Film: Very difficult but loved the Breakfast Club more up to date would be Poor Things.

What do you love about CASPA?  The variety of support offered for all age groups and peoples circles of support . The sheer range of activities and the flexibility built into service delivery to meet the aspirations and dreams of its members.

Simon Boyle


I have been working in the recruitment industry for the last 24 years taking care of the financial side of things.

I have two sons who are both autistic, my younger son has been accessing CASPA services for the last six years.

Hobbies and Interests: Collecting Classic Cars, Playing Padel

Favourite Food: English Breakfast

Favourite Film: Police Academy (sorry!!)

CASPA has done so much for my family over the years, it feels like one big extended family with a common goal that I feel privileged to be a part of.


CASPA offers lots of fun activities and clubs to families across the Borough.

We have a diverse team of sports, drama, arts, counseling and youth work professionals to inspire and support our members.