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Contact us by phone on 0207 603 5232 or email us on [email protected]





I have worked for charities for over 25 years, after completing my studies in Theology. Most of my work has been with people who are homeless and I have managed a number of hostels. I joined The Barons Court Project in 2014 and really enjoy my work leading the community here, it's a great privilege. In my spare time I enjoy travelling, meeting up with friends, occasionally cooking and love an evening out with Karaoke.


Ni Win

Financial Controller

Before I joined Barons Court Project in March 2017, I have over 10 years' experience in various business sectors including education, fashion, retail, wholesale and hospitality industries, but never in a non-profit organisation. It is a fantastic opportunity for me to work at BCP. This is because it provides me not only to gain valuable new work experience but also to make an invaluable contribution to help people in need. Here I meet with a great team of individuals who are working as a team to provide a great support to our service users. I am very grateful to be part of this. I really enjoy the friendly and supportive working environment here. When I am not working, I spend time with my family, hanging out with friends and I travel whenever I get the chance.



Social Enterprise Manager

Having worked at various charities and doing volunteer work at Barons Court Project previously, I joined the team as Social Enterprise Manager in 2022. I have seen a lot of the benefits of BCP, enriching the guests with positivity and helping them on their individual journeys. I spend a lot of time working with the artists of the HomeLess Made collective and have been developing all sorts of exciting projects for them to grow on their artistic endeavours. Outside of BCP I love to go to the cinema, enjoy reading, writing and keeping fit.



Individual and Corporate Fundraising Manager

My career is firmly in the charity sector having worked, volunteered and been a trustee of a number of charities for over 16 years. I've only ever worked for UK-wide charities, so joining one with a firm base in the local community, and yet has a big voice with people across the world is a real privilege. My passion lies with people centred supporter experiences, which was brilliant to see BCP has this ethos too - treating their supporters as individuals. Outside of work, I'm a fan of theatre, books, films and the north!



Project Worker

I've recently moved to London from Toronto after completing my studies in social care. I have experience working in education, healthcare, non-profits and government with people from diverse backgrounds, and am so excited to be working with the lovely guests at BCP. In my spare time, I love travelling to new places and meeting new people, and enjoy books, lifting weights and RnB/rap music.



Project Worker

I started at Barons Court Project in September 2023. I’m a support worker and although it’s demanding, I find this role fulfilling. I have a background in American history and politics, and my life goal is to contribute to the betterment of our communities.

Simon Chef



I returned to the charity sector during the COVID lockdown and feel extremely privileged to be cooking for the guests at Barons Court Project. The project relies on food donations so it often feels like I’m a contestant on ‘Ready Steady Cook’ trying to come up with interesting recipes with random ingredients! I live close to a beach in Essex and in my spare time I enjoy taking my dog Piper for walks along the coast.



Locum Worker

Board of Trustees

Andrew Magowan


I’ve been a Hammersmith resident since the first day I came to London from my native Northern Ireland over 20 years ago, and to see first-hand the real difference the talented and committed team here at The Barons Court Project make to many deserving people from our local community is both humbling and inspiring.

I have fifteen years’ experience in senior executive legal and compliance roles with different global businesses and, together with my fellow Trustees, it’s a real privilege to be able to use our skills, experience and external viewpoint to help support and guide Michael and his team in their vital work for everyone who visits the Project. It is a responsibility that we don’t take lightly, especially as the pressures our service users face continue to grow in these challenging economic and political times. But it is a responsibility that we all immensely enjoy and are proud to have been given. I spend the rest of my time on surfboards, in theatres, on golf courses, or walking, especially back home in “Norn Iron”.

Debra Holt

My first professional role after graduating from Liverpool University in 1995 was working with vulnerable people who were experiencing a multitude of physical, mental and social care issues. I continued on this career path and now have over 25 years working in this sector. I have a passion and commitment for social justice and strive to improve the lives of vulnerable people, improving outcomes and reducing inequalities in our society.

I have spent many years working in the third sector initially as a practitioner then moving onto senior management roles. I now have a joint role as Assistant Director working for Camden Clinical Commissioning Group and Camden Borough Council commissioning services for people with mental health, learning disabilities and homelessness. I am honoured to have joined the board of Trustees here at Barons Court Project and hope to support the project in making a real difference to local residents.

Andrew McColl

I'm a commercial and compliance lawyer who has worked in technology companies and the oil and gas industry. I've been a local resident for 12 years and wanted to use my corporate experience to benefit the community, and help Michael and the team achieve their goals for the Project.

Agata Elliott

I am a senior leader with over 15 years of experience in developing, growing and managing all fundraising activities across various income streams including Trusts and Foundations, Corporate Partnerships, Individual Giving, Major Donors, Digital Fundraising/Marketing and Events. I am a member of the Senior Management Team, holding a position of a Head of Fundraising at Single Homeless Project. Working within the homelessness sector over the last six years has helped me to build up my knowledge and understanding of the pressures our clients are facing and has strengthened my belief that with the right tools and investment, homelessness can be ended. I am very excited to be able to support Barons Court Project with their aim to enable everyone to live the life they deserve.

Sue Fennimore

I’ve lived in the area for over forty years, bringing up my two children here and I worked for the BBC for a large part of my career. In 2014, I was privileged to be elected as a local councillor and served as the deputy leader of Hammersmith and Fulham council with responsibilities for social inclusion, crime and homelessness, until 2022. Barons Court Project stood out as an outstanding organisation working tirelessly to support its service users and so I was delighted to join the board after retiring. I was a member of the Lyric Theatre board for eight years, school governor and a volunteer for the youth offending service. I’m a keen football fan and spend much of my time with my rescue dog who is convinced that squirrels are the enemy.

Michael Pope


We are a small team of staff who are indebted to our Volunteers who help run our activities and services and contribute to our community.


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  • 69 Talgarth Rd
  • London
  • W14 9DD