Andy Stevens MA

Music Therapist Having completed an MA in music therapy at the University of the West of England, Bristol, Andy qualified as a music therapist in 2010 and began working as a music therapist for Thomas’s Fund for one day a […]

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Esther Mitchell MA

Music Therapist Esther Mitchell qualified as a music therapist in 1997 from John Ruskin University, Cambridge and completed her MA in music therapy in 2002. She has worked with children and adults with learning disabilities and/or mental health problems and […]

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Earl Spencer

Patron Charles Spencer is the 9th Earl Spencer, the second and only surviving son of John Spencer, 8th Earl Spencer, and the Honourable Frances Burke Roche (Frances Shand Kydd). The youngest of his three older sisters was the late Diana, […]

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Andrew Collins

Patron An author, critic and broadcaster born in Northampton, Andrew has written three memoirs about his life, Where Did It All Go Right?, Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now, and That’s Me In The Corner. As a scriptwriter, he has co-written […]

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Thomas and Matt Redmond

Young Ambassadors Friends with Harry Smith, Thomas attends Greenfields School and Sports College and Matthew is at Northampton School for Boys. Thomas, who loves anything music-related, is in a signing choir at school and attends Y Not Arts, a music […]

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Sophie Baylis

Young Ambassador Sophie, aged 11, has become a young ambassador for Thomas’s Fund to help support Harry Smith, the first young ambassador. Sophie has been out and about at various fundraising events such as Northampton Cobblers and the Around The […]

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Harry Smith

Young Ambassador Harry, aged 12, was Thomas’s brother and he too had the same undiagnosed neuro-degenerative condition. Harry sadly died in December 2010, but he had been very active helping his mum Lucy to promote the fund and was delighted […]

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Lucy Smith

Lucy is the mother of Thomas, in whose name the charity was founded, and Harry, who has the same undiagnosed neurodegenerative condition and benefits from music therapy.

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