In Frontline’s new podcast, Stories of Change, we’ll be joined by amazing people and organisations who share our mission to bring about social change and make a real difference to the lives of vulnerable children and families. In this special series, Learning from Lockdown, you’ll hear how they’ve adapted and taken action over the past weeks, lessons they’ve learned along the way and expectations on life after lockdown.
This week we spoke to Pamilerin Beckley, Architect of Stories at The Haven. Find out more about their work and how you can support them below:
“I’m Leila Hidayat, Events Officer at Frontline, and podcast host for this special edition of Frontline’s Stories of Change. To share a bit more about me, I grew up by the seaside in Kent. I am of dual heritage, spending my early years in Indonesia and the south of France. I am passionate about people, and the charity sector. In my spare time, I volunteer for St Christopher’s Hospice and Save the Children. A funny lockdown routine I’ve got into is cycling from my home in south London to my favourite chicken shop as part of my daily exercise! I’ve learnt a great deal along the way, and have enjoyed speaking to and hearing stories and advice from amazing people who are doing everything they can for children and families at a difficult time. I hope that you enjoy it too!”