Who we are


Judith Taylor

Judith Taylor has 30 years’ experience of working in community development in a variety of roles in regeneration, health and social care in Bristol, both in the public and voluntary sector. She also has a background in art and craft, and believes strongly in the value of creative activities in learning, development and health improvement.

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Helen Bone

Helen Bone has 20 years experience of managing small businesses, social enterprises, not for profit organisations and  charities. She has strong leadership skills and an excellent track record of engaging the private sector in regeneration. Helen is currently working full time for Homes England and is not available to work on Vivid contracts. Helen is not actively working in the business in a paid capacity.

We also work with a number of associates at times to increase our capacity and skill set.

Di Robinson

Di has worked in a wide range of public sector and partnership roles at Director level. She has substantial experience of delivering successful regeneration, improvement and change projects, as well as leading a number and variety of public sector services with a neighbourhood focus, including Community Development, Neighbourhood Management, Libraries, Parks and Green Spaces, Resilience and Voluntary Sector Investment, with a consistent focus on community informed development and delivery.

Gill Brookman

Vivid associate Gill Brookman has over 30 years’ experience as a teacher, youth and community worker and public health specialist.  She has promoted health and wellbeing and managed projects in a range of different settings. Critical reflection and using available evidence to design, deliver and evaluate projects, that have a good chance of succeeding, have been an important part of her work. An avid mountain biker, she values the outdoors and access to nature as a means of growth and development

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