Meet The Team


Kate Dalton

Kate Dalton is an experienced therapist working with adults, children and families in the Salisbury area. She worked with the Families Department at Action on Addiction for fifteen years before developing her own private practice. Kate also teaches on the team at Redlands, training new counsellors. Her first career, spanning twenty years, was in dance and theatre, performing, teaching and choreographing.


Eva McHugh

Eva is co-chair of Salisbury Transition City & Secretary of Wiltshire Climate Alliance. Whilst being involved with community projects over the last few years Eva has gained experience in events management and was part of the team that brought Salisbury People in the Park 2020.


Louise Stewart

Louise runs Multitude of Voices  currently voluntarily, leading on the research, planning and execution of our projects and carrying out the day-to-day running of the organisation. She is series editor of the Anthology of Sacred Music by Women Composers

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Juliet Brain

Juliet runs JulietSwan Productions producing and supporting one-off events in communities and for organisations. She is also a Trustee  of the Cherubim Music Trust.

Having trained at the Guildford School of Acting and Musical Theatre  1984-87, Juliet worked for many years as a Consultant for development , training, creative mentoring and project delivery in youth arts. Juliet has worked for many National Youth Arts Projects, and in the creative industries as Lecturer at Bournemouth & Poole College and Education Officer for Salisbury Playhouse. In 2010 Juliet and Ruth L Jones set up 'The Unit' the first community interest project for young people in Salisbury. She also edits the Laverstock & Ford parish newsletter, a whopping 44-page,

bi-monthly publication.

Mark Elling

Mark comes from an extensive and varied career spanning the graphic design and charity sector bringing a wealth of creative thinking and project management. He has worked with both local, national and international clients, and with charities in the health services. In more recent years Mark has drawn on this experience to work as a successful and resilient fundraising manager for a hospice.

Mark has lived in Salisbury for 23 years during which time he has made many contacts in the area through his charity work and as a local Rotarian. Beyond a busy lifestyle Mark enjoys relaxing by painting and drawing plus going to concerts and the theatre.