Jig-So is run on a day to day basis by a team of dedicated staff -


Charlotte Jones

Healthier Families, Resilient Communities Coordinator 

Charlotte has overall responsibility for the day to day running of the centre,and is the registered person for CSSIW. Along with Catrin, Charlotte runs parenting courses in the centre and runs satellite sessions out in the community. 

Buddig Meredith

Funding Officer

Buddig is responsible for fundraising for the organisation. She is also an associate trainer for Turn2Us. This is a national charity that helps people in financial hardship to gain access to welfare benefits, charitable grants and support services. Buddig has a wealth of knowledge and experience in community development.

Catrin Owen

Healthy Lifestyles and Well Being Worker 

Catrin is based mainly at the centre, where she delivers training and support for families. She is also responsible for gathering information and statistics, and the running of the website. Catrin is also the lead on our Empowering Families Project.

Julie Williams

Sensory, Early Language and Development Worker

Julie has been involved with Jig-So as a parent, volunteer and a member of staff. Julie is responsible for the Home Fire Safety Checks as well as running sessions in the Holiday Kitchen, the centre and satellite areas.

Ann Stokoe

Administrative Officer/ Project Officer

Ann is a recent recruit of Jig-So. She is responsible for the admin in Jig-So as well as running the Active Inclusion project alongside Catrin 

Kerriane Curran

Family Support Worker

Kerriane is the lead on our new LEADER Project 'Community Food for Thought', running sessions in Boncath, Cilgerran, Hermon and St Dogmaels. Kerriane also runs sessions in the centre alongside the other staff. 

Sarah Harries

Transitional Development Officer

Sarah recently joined the Jig-So team as a Transitional Development Officer for our new 'Barod i'r Ysgol' project in collaboration with HomeStart. She works out in the community throughout Ceredigion providing one-to-one support and group sessions. 


Nia Fletcher

Transitional Support Worker

Nia works alongside Sarah on the 'Barod i'r Ysgol' project. She is based in South Ceredigion where she too, runs sessions in the community and one-to-one support for parents and carers.