Liz Taylor says goodbye to Jon Wilson, who is stepping down after four years at the helm

The Romney Marsh Community Hub, which was the winner of the Kent charity awards 2022 Care Charity of the Year, has appointed Liz Taylor as its new CEO.

Liz, who lives in Brookland, Romney Marsh will take up the post on Tuesday 2nd May; her appointment follows the departure of Jon Wilson, who announced that he was stepping down in December.

She has extensive experience of working in the Health and Social Care sector and has been working with the Alzheimer’s Society in Kent since 2014.

Neil McClure, who is the Hub’s Chair of Trustees said: “I am delighted to welcome Liz as our new CEO. I know Liz believes passionately in the provision of care for older people – especially those living with health issues – and I am confident that she will help us steer the charity in its next stage of growth. Liz has a huge amount of experience in this sector and is ideally placed to support the board of trustees to
further develop and implement our strategic vision for the benefit of all in our community.”

Liz Taylor says of her appointment: “I live locally and have watched with interest as the Hub has evolved in recent years and I consider it an honour to have been appointed CEO. I bring with me over 20 years’ of working in the sector and a well-rounded knowledge and hands-on understanding of the needs and experiences that people face as they age.

“I am keen to explore innovative new ways of developing community services, and playing my part in the future of the Romney Marsh Community Hub.”

If you, a friend or relative would benefit from the services provided by the Romney Marsh Community Hub, or would like more information about services offered, please call 01797 363888 or visit to find out more.

More about the Hub

The Romney Marsh Community Hub, which is based in New Romney but services the towns, villages and hamlets across 100 square miles of the Romney Marsh, supports the health and wellbeing for those aged 50+ across the Marsh.

The Romney Marsh Community Hub is an independent charity dedicated to supporting and improving the health and wellbeing for people 50+ in the local community.

By Ed

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