Sarah BreenBorn and bred in Norfolk, Sarah is a country girl at heart and has regular pangs to be by the sea, which proves tricky from her home in the most land locked county in the UK! Sarah has always had a passion for the Arts; belonging to a very creative family she enjoyed an actively artistic and musical upbringing, playing the flute, piano and recorder and a keen singer in the West Norfolk Youth choir. She continues to enjoy the arts in all its forms; taking photos, baking, going to the theatre and cinema and is quietly hooked on knitting! A highlight of her year is singing in the 800 strong Nottingham Drive Time Choir with the Halle Orchestra.

Sarah graduated from Derby with a combined arts agree and has lived and worked in Nottinghamshire for over 16years. Her career has been predominantly based within Local Authority Cultural Services where she has advocated for creative engagement and local arts participation. Having developed an Arts and Health project for 6 years her main passion is the impact that the arts can have in peoples’ lives, as a vital aspect to well-being and enrichment. Having set up a Creative Events business in 2011, she have built up a varied portfolio including artistic health and well-being projects, and various events developing our social reminiscence with vintage china and most importantly, cake!

Sarah is married with two boys and has a mad Beagle dog, enjoying family walks in her local countryside, also enjoy running, biking and fund raising.