Linda Chelton


A lifelong Blackburn Rovers fan, Linda travels from Scotland for home matches and as many away games as she can. Her first memory of Blackburn games is being taken to the Blackburn End terrace in the late 1970’s to watch Blackburn beat Fulham 4-0, she was hooked.

Linda has worked in Social Housing for the past 34 years.  She is currently Chief Executive at a Housing Association in South Glasgow.  A Member of the Chartered Institute of Housing she holds the Post Graduate Diploma in Housing and Sustainable Communities.  She wrote and delivered "Passport to Housing" (tenancy sustainment qualification) to students in England before moving to Scotland in 2016.  In 2017 Linda worked in partnership with the late Tony Husband the renowned and award-winning cartoonist and author to write a customer friendly, illustrated tenant participation document especially for older people and those with forms of dementia.  Linda brings governance and regulatory expertise to the Board.

 Photograph of Ewood Park taken through football net

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