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Our Board of Trustees helps to set and review our direction and make sure we’re delivering our objectives. They offer advice and guidance to help ABC Book Club support as many children as possible.

One thing they all have in common is a passion for helping children read more.

I couldn't be prouder to be part of ABC Book Club. Reading at a young age is so vital to the development of our children."

Sandie Jones

New York Times Best Selling Author

Sandie Jones is the New York Times bestselling author of The Other Woman, The First Mistake, The Half Sister and The Guilt Trip. Her novels have been translated into fifteen languages. She lives in London with her husband and three children.

In this fast moving world its to easy to push books aside but I believe they play an essential part in a child's development and academic success"

David Spragg

Managing Director, T&C Printers

Being Managing Director of T&C Printers Bromley whose customers include many high-street names both in the UK and overseas, David champions the printed word and how physical books can stimulate a child’s imagination and expand their grammar and communication skills. David is a keen skier and motorcyclist.

Being part of ABC is a great privilege. Children benefit so much from reading not only does it broaden their mind, it enhances their creativity."

Rose Yazdani

Company Secretary, Hayes Financial Centre

Rose Yazdani has been Company Secretary for Hays Financial Centre Ltd for the past 35 years. She is married with two children and has lived in Bromley all her life. Rose is passionate about her golf and has had the honour of being Lady Captain of Sundridge Park Golf Club.

I’m so thrilled to be a part of ABC to ensure that all children have the opportunity to engage in the magical world of books"

Tess Dowd

Advocate, Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Tess currently works in the NHS as an Advocate and has previous experience in the charity sector. An avid reader all her life, she is also a champion of equality and this extends to the equality of access to books and reading spaces for all children.