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About Us

Mission Statement

Providing Sustainable Community Hubs, Actively Improving The Lives Of Local People

Our Areas of Work
Increasing Sport and Physical Activity

At Invicta, we want to ensure everyone has the ability to get involed with Sport and Physical Activity. It is well documented the benefits engaging in regular SPA can have on people, so we look to break down as many barriers as possible which could potentially stop people engaging. To do this we offer a no contact gym membership, to give members flexibility over their membership. We also run low cost fitness classes and offer alternative SPA opportunities, such as rock climbing, for those who may be looking for something different.

Positive Opportunities for Young people

At Invicta, we are looking at different ways in which we can help aide young people in our local areas. Whether this be through our wrap around school care, youth club or school holiday programs. We have been running wrap around school care in conjunction with Herne Juniors and Infants Schools, allowing parents the ability to get to work when necessary and giving the students a structured environment to start and finish their day. We have been running a successful youth club in Faversham over a year, with around 50-100 young people turning up each week. We have recently added to our youth provision by starting another youth club at our Aylesham site on a Sunday evening

Addressing Social Isolation

We aim to reduce loneliness and isolation by offering a range of clubs and activities at our centres, focussed on mental and physical well-being, these include social clubs, low impact exercise classes, lunch clubs and golden surfers, bingo , tea dances and other hobby groups.  

Skills for Employment

At Invicta, we not only look at how we can help people get into employment, but how we can teach them the skill to be successful while employed. We run CV clinics for people who need them adjusting, we provide childcare before and after school, and during school holidays, to ensure that parents do not need to sacrifice their employment to look after their children. 

In the upcoming months WFCA looks to be starting up their own training school, to help provide accredited qualifications for those who may struggle in mainstream education, or are looking for industry specific qualifications.

Community Support

We have a dedicated community support team covering mental well-being, support for the elderly, family support and youth support. We support the community by offering one to one support services, specialised support groups, opportunities to learn new skills, family activities and emergency food parcels for people in need. 

Meet Our Staff

James Browning

Chief Executive Officer

James started work at young age in the hospitality sector, quickly working his way up to being a general manager at 21 within Mitchell’s and Butlers, working in both high volume and high-quality brands as well as hotels.  

James has always had a keen interest in charity work, running many events whilst at school, and in the pubs, he ran. James volunteered for the British Red Cross for over 10 years in youth training, and event first aid.

In 2012, James Graduated the University of Kent with a degree in International Relations, later he went on to Study Management Science at Canterbury Christ Church University at post graduate level. Additionally James holds trainers and assessors qualifications from his involvement with Kent Safeguarding Children Multiagency Partnership.


Amy Mildon

Head of Accounts

Amy Mildon FCCA brings a wide range of experience in accounts management.  Qualifying as a Chartered Certified accountant in 2011 and having worked in practice for more than 15 years, Amy brings a raft of skills and enthusiasm enabling her to successfully lead the finance team.


Louise Asekokhai

 Director of Community Activities

Louise has worked in the charity sector for the last 12 years. She has previously worked for The Citizens Advice Bureau.  She is very experienced in offering community support services, advice services and organising community events. She started working for WFCA in 2018 as a community support worker and is now head of community activities working with a great team of support workers and youth workers.

She is passionate about helping improve people’s lives, creating opportunities and providing positive experiences for the community.

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