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4:28's founder Scott Jenkinson 

Following what feels like a lifetime of addiction, homelessness and the odd spell in prison, I finally managed to break free in 2008. Upon leaving rehab I found myself stranded in a limbo land, feeling not accepted by 'normal' society and not wanting to return to my old life, I was not in a good place.


My old identity of addict and alcoholic was dead, I was searching for my new identity and a place in society. Along came education and I embarked on a journey that was to see me graduate as a teacher in 2015.


Through education, I was able to find freedom, not just from addiction but also freedom from the labels that I had carried for all those years.


Education was to play a major part in restoring my identity, my confidence and my self belief. And it is with this in my heart that I started 4:28 training.


The vision? To see '4:28 training' provide quality, potentially life changing training to those walking a similar path. '4:28 training' will walk with those exploring their new lives and through a combination of intervention and training, help them discover their dreams and aspirations and equip them to rise from the ashes of their former lives.



Meet the team 

Scott on winning the 'Tutor of the Year Award' in 2015

Sian Jenkinson

Sian has worked as a dietitian for over 20 years, with the last 12 in the local health board as a Public Health Dietitian. She is passionate about health and well-being, and working to overcome barriers with people to enable them to manage their own health and nutrition. She has helped out at "Sit n Stew" on numerous occasions, and formally took over the running of the projects in May 2018. With Sian joining the team, the opportunity to look at more education and support around food poverty is a key area for 428.

For more information on Sit N Stew click here

For more information on Health & Wellbeing click here

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