Sue Lambert Trust is a Norfolk based charity providing support for survivors of sexual abuse.

Experiencing rape, sexual assault or violence is extremely traumatic.  Whether a recent assault or past abuse, many people find it difficult to cope.  The Sue Lambert Trust is here to help.

There are over 1000 reports to police of recent rape, sexual assault or childhood abuse in the county each year and it is recognised that there is significant under-reporting of such crimes.  Many of the clients we see have not reported to any other agency, and are therefore not included in the police figures.  There is a great need for our services.

Sue Lambert Trust is the only local charity offering free of charge support for survivors of sexual violence and has been operating for over 20 years.  In 2007 Norwich Rape Crisis amalgamated with MPower  to form the Sexual Violence Alliance.  We changed our name to the Sue Lambert Trust in January 2013.

Sue Lambert Trust is a company limited by guarantee, registration number: 06217814
and a registered charity in the UK, number: 1120957


The organisation is run by a committee of volunteer trustees, who work closely with the Chief Executive to develop the organisation and ensure that it is delivering what is required.

Our current trustees are:

  • Jacqueline Howe (Chair)
  • Ben Higham (Vice Chair)
  • Tanya Florence
  • Nicholas Goodwin
  • Tracey Hicks 
  • Maureen Carson
  • David Vail

Should you be interested in becoming a trustee at the Sue Lambert Trust please contact us on [email protected]