Sarah is most famously known for presenting on CBeebies (Tikkabilla, Higgledy House, Zingzillas, Mighty Mights).
She is now a very proud and busy mum to her two boys Phoenix and Indy. Sarah has a 30-year ongoing career in television, film and media and is currently an award-winning blogger, who covers all aspects of emotional pressures we face every day.
Sarah has a personal understanding of how demanding and debilitating mental health can be, having fought it herself her whole life in some way or another. Her own experiences and empathy come from issues which started with bullying at school, then developing an eating disorder, fighting and proudly beating addiction and her acknowledgment of the common denominator in most mental health situations….depression. Her understanding, compassion and desire to reach out and make a difference to society makes her an amazing figure to stand by HOPE.
Sarah is keen to fight the stigma of mental health and promote understanding for something that can affect you for the rest of your life if left unrecognised.
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Joanna is a best selling classical soprano. In 2017, she became the first independent artist to get straight to Number 1 in the Official Classical Album Charts with a debut album. The critically acclaimed record, Stars Are Rising, was made “Album of the Week” in The Sunday Mirror and further number 1's in the iTunes and Amazon Classical Album Charts followed. The Royal Platinum Love Song, recorded in duet with Daniel Koek to celebrate 70 years of marriage between The Queen and Prince Phillip, went straight to Number 1 in the Classical singles chart. All have been highlights in a career that Joanna feels truly blessed to be enjoying.
A firm believer in giving back and supporting others, Joanna is also a Boobette volunteer for the Breast Cancer Awareness charity, 'CoppaFeel!', where Joanna shares her own personal breast cancer story to young people to encourage them to be breast aware.
Joanna is delighted to be an ambassador for the HOPE Charity Project and is looking forward to being involved with this wonderful, dynamic and much-needed organisation.
With so many of our young people suffering identity issues, we are more than proud to have a strong and inspirational role model like Sophie for them to be able to relate to. Her own experiences in self-harming, surviving suicide and her transgender journey, all give her a unique level of insight and empathy for the young people we see every day.
Ex-RAF, motorbike racer, newspaper editor, Premier League football and rock photographer, Sophie Cook is a media personality and activist whose wide portfolio of work includes presenting, producing, writing and photography. She became the first transgender woman to work in football’s Premier League as club photographer for AFC Bournemouth following her transition from Steve to Sophie in the summer of 2015.
Europe’s first trans TV newscaster, Sophie has hosted her own TV and radio chat shows and is an experienced broadcaster. In April 2017 she was selected by the Labour Party to contest the East Worthing and Shoreham seat, increasing the Labour vote by 114% and narrowly missing out on becoming the UK’s first transgender MP, for now. Sophie’s first book ‘Not Today: How I chose life’ - autobiography, political manifesto, philosophy and self-help book is due for publication during 2018.
Randolph was voted Jazz FM’s Best Performance live act for 2018 and was described as “Flawless and World class” by Jazz FM. His work takes him all over the world with his belief that the power of the human voice can changes peoples lives and the world in incredible ways. Randolph has also performed at Buckingham Palace for the queen.
Randolph is a devoted husband and father to two boys. Randolph is delighted to be chosen to be an ambassador for the HOPE Charity Project and can’t wait to see how this much-needed charity goes from strength to strength.
Wayne is a multi talented family man with an inspiring passion to Create and Accomplish with so much Care on so many levels.. He wears many hats, firstly he trained as a performer and played many lead roles in the West End and on TV. Now whilst in between performing jobs you may recognise Wayne as a carpenter on the hit BBC show 'the great interior design challenge’ as well as appearing in Emmerdale, Doctors, Dalziel & Pascoe and an online DIY advice channel hammer&togs.com.