CSP Yorkshire and the Humber team

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

Yorkshire and the Humber 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 Yorkshire and the Humber CSP team

Contact the Yorkshire and the Humber team

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

Regional physiotherapy fellow

Professional Advice

Tamsin Baird is the CSP professional advisor for the Yorkshire and Humber region.

CSP campaigns and regional engagement officer

Hattie Hodgson-Crome supports the work of Yorkshire and the Humber Regional Network (run by members) and local events, as well as supporting members with campaigning and influencing. They can be found on @CSPHattie


The organising officer for Yorkshire & Humber is Daisy Goodall.

CSP senior negotiating officer

Kathryn Armstrong oversees the local stewards and health and safety reps network and employment issues. 

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

In your area


There's lots of activity happening in Yorkshire and the Humber.

One very visible example was when we shared our 'Love activity, Hate exercise' campaign with spectators at the KCOM Stadium in Kingston upon Hull.  In order to get rugby fans moving we distributed 18,000 leaflets across the stands to get everyone at the match thinking about being more active.

The idea came from a CSP member, who wanted to explore innovative ways of promoting the campaign at a local level.

Member-led network

CSP members in Yorkshire and the Humber 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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