MEET: Cassie Keen – Police officer to Fun officer!

In Instructor Stories by Sam Cornforth2 Comments

Who are you?

Hi, my name is Cassie.

I was a Police Officer for 30 years and I am now fortunate enough to be retired, and running my own Rabble sessions! (For anyone trying to work out my age, let me help you… I joined when I was 10) 😉

 

“I was a Police Officer for 30 years…”

How did you hear about Rabble?

 I saw it advertised as a feature on a TV programme on Channel 5  called ‘How to get a Holiday body in 4 weeks’. (Still waiting for my holiday body though…)

What does Rabble Morpeth look like right now?

I was the first Rabble set up in the North East.  I do believe there is another Rabble in Hexham now though.
I run Parent and Children Rabble sessions so that families can have fun together!
“I run Parent and Children Rabble sessions…”

Words of wisdom for people starting as, or considering becoming an Instructor?

Ooh, that’s a toughie! Don’t be afraid to network and get your brand known in the local community.

Favorite moment from a Rabble game?

When my daughter scored a great point just before the whistle in the Rabble game, ‘Nesketball’ to win the game!

“When my daughter scored a great point…”

Favorite pre-bedtime snack, and why?

Carousel Nougat Wafer (the type you use with ice cream with marshmallow inside). Why? Because I can! 🤣


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Comments

  1. Could I ask ,
    What are the ages of the children you do the family rabble for . I would have though pre school would be too young and the market you were aiming for were at school.

    many thanks

  2. Hi John,

    I did the parent and children sessions during the summer holidays. I stated a minimum age of 7 years for the children so that they would be in a position to understand the rules.

    On a previous free fun day in Newbiggin-by the sea, I had a couple of younger children 5 yrs and 4 years play, as there were only a few people that had turned up due the weather. That worked well too as the parent played and we just divided the teams up to make them fairer. Everyone that played (young and old) had great fun.

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