Lindley Out of School Club is a Registered Charity and the Management Team is overseen by a voluntary Committee made up of parents like you.

Our Club is only able to run because of parents’ attendance at Committee meetings. Meetings are held every 6/8 weeks and we ask you to attend at least one meeting a year.

We know how important the Club is to working parents, so we appeal to you to come to a meeting to discuss how the Club is run and be involved in shaping Club decisions. Make sure that our Club remains open for you, your children and the staff we employ!

Rob Watson – Previous Committee Chair
‘The Club relies on the participation, ideas and time of the Committee so thank you to everyone who has taken part this year to assist with the running of the Club. Your time is much appreciated.

It’s very important for parents to take an active role in the Club’s future by attending Committee meetings – all parents/carers are welcome & if we don’t have a Committee we don’t have a Club’.

Next Committee Meeting - Monday 9th May
7.30pm on Zoom - please contact the office for the link

Your club needs you!

Committee meetings are currently being held on Zoom, which is now more preferable for many of our parents. Our AGM is held in October. Please take a few moments to read through the latest Chair Report from our AGM.

Future meetings:

Tuesday 14th June - 7.30pm

Our current committee consists of the following parents:

  • Graham McDougald

  • Bryn Jones                         

  • Vicky Golding                    

  • Sarah Smith                     

  • Kelly Armitage

  • Jodie Wielgus

  • Maryke Woods


Vice Chair  



Below are some recent comments from our current/past  committee members:

  • ‘Being on the committee involves a couple of hours time every couple of months in the company of other working parents plus the amazing staff, to ensure LOSC runs well for our children. Tea and biscuits always available.’

  • ‘I enjoy being part of the Committee, as I feel I am more involved in my daughter’s welfare’.

  • ‘Being a committee member helps me shape the care of my child’.

  • ‘Being part of the committee is important to me as without the committee, the club doesn’t exist.  This was my initial reason for joining.  Over the last few years I have been involved in a lot of decisions about how the club is run, from discussions about what snacks children should have at club, to recruiting new members of staff.  Its given me a real insight into the work that the whole team do and I can really see the impact that our input that we as parents have, to make sure the club continues to run.’