CSP South East Coast team

The CSP employs a team of staff to provide a breadth of services to members in your area.

South East Coast area

We know that some issues are best handled on a local level, and that every area of the UK has different needs.

Whether you want to stop the closure of a treasured resource, you are worried about particular problems in your NHS trust, or you would like guidance about how to influence the commissioners in your local health care system, we are here to offer guidance and practical help. 

This includes:

  • Campaigning
  • Professional advice
  • Influencing
  • Employment relations
  • Workplace issues

Meet the South East Coast team

Contact the South East Coast team

Call our Enquiries Team on 020 7306 6666 or email enquiries@csp.org.uk

CSP professional advisor

Clare Aldridge is the CSP professional advisor for the South East Coast.

CSP senior negotiating officer

Nichola Smith is the CSP's senior negotiating officer for the South East Coast.  

CSP campaigns & regional engagement officer

Mindy Dalloway supports the work of the South East Coast regional network and local events, as well as supporting members with campaigning and influencing. You can find her here on @CSPMindy.

CSP organising officer

Daisy Goodall is the organising officer in the South East Coast.

Want to know more about what people in these roles do? Read more about CSP local teams.

In your area

Workplace wins

Our staff are working hard with reps in your area to coordinate collective responses to problems affecting members.

For example, in 2021, staff at an NHS trust on the south-east coast hadn’t received any increase in their on-call pay since 2013. Our stewards took up the case and managed a quick and successful resolution.

Also, a physiotherapy service in Kent has reopened its doors thanks to their workplace team, after seven months of operating without a physical space to accommodate Covid-19 surge planning. 

Member-led network

CSP members in the South East Coast area run a regional network for the benefit of local physios, including organising events and networking opportunities. Find out what's happening near you and how to get involved

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