Meet the Neurocare team

Meet the Neurocare team2018-07-18T13:27:16+00:00

Neurocare is a charity that raises money for the Neurosciences and Neurology departments at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital, the Northern General Hospital, the Sheffield Children’s Hospital and the Sheffield Institute for Translational Neuroscience (SITraN). Our team is made up of  5 members of staff and lots of amazing volunteers.

Meet Neurocare’s Advisory Board

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Clare Lambert

Finance and Administration Manager

Clare joined the Neurocare family in February 2015. Clare was born and bred in Sheffield and has a husband Paul, two daughters Amy and Sophie, a dog and a horse! Clare loves spending time with family, friends and going to the theatre.

Lynne Pannett

Lynne Pannett

Retail Manager at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital

Lynne has worked for Neurocare for many years and is our retail guru. She knows all there is to know about the gifts that people like to buy for their relatives or friends in the hospital and for birthday and Christmas presents! Lynne works with our wonderful group of volunteers selling gifts and books 4 days a week and she says she loves making a difference to people in hospital and making a difference to what can be done there by raising funds for the Neuro Wards.

Laura Sayer

Laura Sayer

Sales Assistant at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital

Laura has been a loyal and hardworking volunteer for a while now at RHH helping Lynne and Pat. In October 2015 the trolleys began opening on a Friday and Laura joined the staff at Neurocare as Neurocare Sales Assistant.

Pat Rose

Pat Rose

Retail Assistant at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital

Pat joined us in 2013 and works with Lynne. She has worked in sales for many years and has always wanted to be a nurse! She loves books and reading and really enjoys picking out books to sell to patients and staff. Pat has been married has 2 children and 8 grandchildren so she has a great idea what will appeal to all age groups! She says she loves working for Neurocare to give hope and help to patients and their families.