Junior Holidays Team Leader
Nick leads the LDN Junior Holidays and brings a wealth of experience to the role. Before Joining the LDN team, Nick was the Assistant Head (Pastoral) at Aldro School in Surrey where he taught Religious Studies and coached rugby. Previously he was the Youth and Children’s Worker at two London churches. Nick has been going on Christian activity holidays every year since he was 11 and has been involved as a holiday leader in a variety of different settings.
Nick is married to Eleanor and they have two teenage children. When he is not working or spending time with his family, Nick enjoys watching sport, eating good food and relaxing with a great novel.
Anna studied Natural Sciences at Durham University before heading to London to work for a church. She began working for LDN in January 2018, with particular responsibility for working in girls’ schools and supporting female students. In her spare time, she loves getting out into the countryside to explore, or sitting down with a cup of tea and a good book.
Grace grew up in London and has been coming along to LDN since 2015. She has just returned to the big smoke after spending four years in Oxford. She will miss wild swimming and having friends within a 10 minute walk, but is very excited to be back in London and in closer proximity to her dog.
Steph grew up in South West London and studied Psychology at university. She is a keen baker with a particularly good recipe for Oreo fudge. She’s the odd one out in the staff team as she doesn’t drink tea or coffee!
Ella grew up in London before moving to Exeter to study Theology. Although sad to leave the beaches of Devon, she is excited to come back to London. She enjoys playing tennis and cooking – which is much easier in her home kitchen than at uni!
Kieran grew up in Bromley, went to school in Croydon and then went to study Physics at Oxford University, where he spent four years perfecting the art of approximations. He enjoys ultimate frisbee and playing his clarinet. He is also a keen hiker and camper, although climbing Snowdon without using the train still needs to be ticked off.