Our Team

Cynthia Mukoko – Youth Development Worker

Cynthia Mukoko has more than 10 years experience in Youth Work. She started as a young leader leading youth projects in London and progressed to become a community organiser leading youth campaigns to influence positive change for young people locally and nationally.

She is very passionate about seeing young people grow and finding their purpose and fulfilment and coming to Linton Village as a Youth worker she is hoping to be of value to the village, the young people’s lives and the wider community.

Cynthia can be contacted on cynthia.mukoko@romseymill.org or 07821797181


Emma Slater – Youth Support Worker 

Emma has been a youth worker for 15 years and has been working for Romsey Mill for 5 years and based in Linton for 1 year. 

Emma moved to Cambridgeshire in 2013 when she got married to her husband and has 2 children. Emma loves sewing, baking and chatting with young people.

Emma can be contacted on emma.slater@romseymill.org or 07523518829


Stella Blakeley – Sessional Worker 

Stella grew up in Linton. She is now a youth worker and teacher in the Cambridgeshire area. Stella is also studying to further her teaching career. Stella enjoys music and encouraging young people to achieve the best they can.


Our Volunteers

Gillian Fraser Lee

Gill has lived in Linton, on and off, since she was 11. A public historian, she is co-director of HistoryNeedsYou, working with schools, museums and historic properties to engage people of all ages with history. Gill is also studying for an MA in English Literature.

Gill really enjoys meeting Linton’s young people (and keeping them supplied with toast!).


Peter Edwards

Peter has been a primary school teacher for nearly ten years in the Cambridge area. He enjoys helping children get excited about all aspects of learning.

Volunteering at the youth club in Linton is a new experience for him but he is loving getting to know the young people and what is important to them. Outside work he is chair of a local brass band and enjoys reading and gardening. 


volunteer with us

Volunteers are essential to helping us continue out work… please get in contact if you are interested in volunteering with us!

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