The Charities Commission states that

“Trustees have overall control of a charity and are responsible for making sure it’s doing what it was set up to do. Trustees are the people who lead the charity and decide how it is run. Being a trustee means making decisions that will impact on people’s lives. Depending on what the charity does, you will be making a difference to your local community or to society as a whole. Trustees use their skills and experience to support their charities, helping them achieve their aims”.

Our Trustees

I am formerly a GP and Senior Partner at Addington Road Surgery in West Wickham. I retired at the end of March 2014 after 33 years although was active in General Practice doing locum work until October 2019. I was also the Clinical Lead at Bromley CCG for Mental Health and Dementia until July 2018. I became a Trustee at Bromley Y in September 2014. I am also Trustee at Bromley and Lewisham Mind, Vice President of Bromley Rugby Club and a member of Langley Park Rotary Club since 2014. I was President of this organisation 2018-19. Apart from rugby other interests include going to theatre, concerts and eating out. I try to keep fit mainly through swimming.

Dr Stuart Robertson
Chairman Of The Board Of Trustees

I am a Consultant Clinical Psychologist, and I have worked with children and families for many years. I worked in the NHS until 2013, mainly at the Phoenix Centre in Bromley, but I also worked for seven years at the Bethlem Hospital on the children’s inpatient ward.
I joined Bromley Y in 2013 and have really loved working with the team, both as clinician and trustee. I am a school governor, and also keep busy with my family, my garden and my reading.

Kathy Morris
Deputy Chairperson

I’ve been involved with Bromley Y for many years, firstly as accountant, then fundraiser, and now trustee. I am Finance Director for Judge & Priestley Solicitors in Bromley, and outside work enjoy watching rugby and struggling with golf.

Jackie Monk

I have a background in psychology, medical research and social survey research and have been working as a children’s commissioner across the NHS and Local Authority for many years. I have a special research interest in resilience research and its application.

Catherine Kane

I worked as a Community Paediatrician for 35 years and retired to pursue other interests. My areas of special interest included ADHD, Autism and Tic Disorders. I was the paediatrician linked to the CAMHS (wellbeing) Service for ten years from its inception. This involved discussions regarding referrals and joint clinics with the staff. I was the Named Doctor for Safeguarding for 8 years in my Trust.

Dr Alan Beattie

I became involved with Bromley Y in 2019 when, like many young people, my daughter suffered a period of low mood and anxiety. The service we received helped a lot and I wanted to give back what I could to help shape the future of this unique and valuable service.

Day-to-day, I am a policy specialist advising Government ministers at the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government. I have worked in several policy and service improvement roles across the charitable sector and in regional and local government, usually specialising in housing policy. In my spare time, I enjoy walking my dog, cooking good food and watching Netflix!

I am delighted to be a parent representative on the board of trustees. My priorities are to ensure that parent and young peoples’ user participation is as strong as it can be. I want the voice of users to be heard at all levels of the organisation and to ensure that views are actively considered when important decisions are made.

Lucy Hutton

Independent Registered Charity No. 291181 Company No. 1844941
Our Governance


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