Meet The Royal Oak Volunteer Team

Here to Serve You and Your Community


Gina Hall

General Manager and Trustee Chair


Nicola Screaton

Toddler Session Leader and Trustee


Terry Orme

Trustee Secretary and Reception


Paul Hewitt

Facilities Volunteer


Maureen Henry

Volunteer and Trustee

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Rebecca Miles

Events and Arts Volunteer

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ROCCA Volunteers

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Rebecca Miles

ROCCA Founder & Programme Director

Born in Michigan, USA, Rebecca began her career as an archaeologist. Since then, she began volunteering for several organisations and currently works as a Heritage Facilitator at Ordsall Hall in Salford. Her interests have always gravitated towards history, culture, and traditional crafts. Her favourite artistic medium is textiles and she is a self-taught artist unafraid to dabble in other forms of expression.


Amy Telfer

Artistic Manager

Amy is an Art and Video Photographer, she has been studying the arts for over 5 years and is involved with several organisations within her close community in Chorlton. She is currently a Social Media Intern at The Lowry​ and has recently become interested in video and film art. She is passionate about giving people access to different types of art mediums who normally wouldn't be given the opportunity. 

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Costantina Georgiou

Engagement & Community Officer

Constantina works internationally as a creative producer delivering cultural, artistic and educational projects for a broad spectrum of audiences. In 2009 she founded Among the Ants exploring the relationship between the arts in public space and the community. She sees inclusive art practice as a meaningful way to approach, understand and value otherness as well as ourselves.


Laura Porpiglia

Community Coordinator

Laura is a self-taught portrait artist and has a craftivist passion for creating from scratch using recycled materials. In her art, everything can be transformed and repurposed in beautiful, useful ways. Sustainable art is a way to think out of the box and learn, but mostly a way to connect imagination and practical environmental awareness.Creating, weaving, dismantling, assembling new and old things is pure fun and an affordable key to self expression being gentle to the planet.

Her motto is "don't toss it. We can make use of it."