Artistic Director and Lead Principal at the English National Ballet
Rosaleen Moriarty-Simmonds OBE
For many years, RMS has been evolving and advocating absolute equality for Disabled People by promoting the Social Model of Disability.
Four-time Commonwealth Games champion for Team England
Joe Sims, a Bristol-born actor, trained in both the UK and the US. Best known for his role in Broadchurch playing Nige Carter and Vincent Tabak in The Lost Honour Of Christopher Jefferies. In 2012, he won an Offie (People’s favorite male performance) for his performance as in “As We Forgive Them,” at the Arcola Theatre in London.
In addition to his appearances on TV, in the theatre, and in films, Sims has more than 100 radio credits to his name, including a run on the British radio drama “The Archers.” Joe was nominated for both Best Actor at the 2018 for his portrayal of Charlie Hammond in Oliver Park: Easter Riots & Best Supporting Actor at the 2017 BBC Audio Drama Awards for his portrayal of a suicidal boxer in Al Smith’s award winning drama “Lifelines”. Joe founded and runs fund raising group 500 Reasons where he and 499 friends put in a pound each week and decide a worthy individual, family or group to give £500 to each week. At time of writing they’ve been running for 100 weeks and given away over £50,000.