I have been employed by Parkview Chapel since March 2009 as our Youth & Families Worker. In 2013 I was invited to join the Leadership Team.
I became a Christian at Sizewell Hall in 1990. I have been involved in both Church based youth work and also the work of Sizewell Hall pretty much ever since. I also run a Christian Youth Camp called ‘Summer Madness’ every summer with takes place at Sizewell Hall.
I am married to Sam and we have two beautiful girls, Hannah and Ellie, and we live in Mellis.
I have two other main interests. The first being sport, especially Football, and extra especially the best Football team in the land, Liverpool FC. The second interest being the Eurovision Song Contest, the highlight of anyone’s year surely?
I have been a member of Parkview Chapel since 1999 and was invited to join the Leadership Team in 2015.
I became a Christian in my early teens and have always been involved in youth work, either teaching Sunday School or helping with youth clubs. My current claim to fame is helping with the cooking at the 'Summer Madness' camp at Sizewell Hall each summer.
Following treatment for cancer in 2008 I took the step of training as a primary school teacher and I now teach Year 2 in Bury St. Edmunds, which goes to show it is never to old to start a new career! None of this would have been possible without the support of my family. I have been married to Roy for nearly 36 years and we have two children, Grace (also a primary school teacher) and George, who is studying Photography and Graphic Design at Chester University.
Working full time and being involved in the church leaves little time for other interests but I do enjoy cooking and have a lazy cat called Jester and a crazy but very loving two year old Sprocker Spaniel called Henry who requires lots of walks which helps keep me fit.
Philip and Helen Miles
Married for almost 38 years, we both became Christians in childhood. We have 3 grown up children and 2 and a half grandchildren. A farmer for over 30 years, Philip now works as a self employed book keeper. Helen is officially retired after working as a midwife and teaching assistant. We live in the village and have been involved at PVC for many years. We both play keyboards and jointly fill the role of treasurer.