The Association's structure 

The National Association for the Relief of Paget's Disease was founded in 1973. 

It is an association governed by a Constitution and registered with the Charity Commission. In 2009, the Charity adopted the working name of The Paget's Association. The Paget's Association moved from Swinton, Salford, to its new registered office in Ancoats (mail only): The Paget's Association, Jactin House, 24 Hood St, Ancoats, Manchester, M4 6WX.

The Paget's Association is overseen by the Board of Trustees which sets strategies and policies. The main Board has three sub-committees, the Finance sub-committee, the Digital Marketing and Communications sub-committee and the Research sub-committee. The sub-committees enable the effective delivery of organisational objectives and give strategic advice to the Board. These sub-committees report to the main Trustee Board. If you are interested in becoming a Trustee for the Association, please get in touch.

The employees of the Charity deliver the Association's objectives under the guidance of the Association's Chair, Professor Stuart Ralston.

Diana Wilkinson

Specialist Nurse and Director of Educational Resources

Ensuring the well-being of individuals affected by Paget's disease and those who care for them requires education and support. Diana is a Registered Nurse who oversees these vital services, providing evidence-based information and guiding individuals towards sources of support, including our Helpline, networks and virtual support groups.

Jen Woodworth

Operations and Engagement Manager

Operations and Engagement Manager, Jen Woodworth, joined the Association in 2019 and is responsible for membership administration, and various communications including social media.

History of Paget's

Learn about the history of the Association and find out how Paget's disease got its name.

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