Laura Reid

Laura grew up in Exeter and moved to Bristol after completing my A-Levels. While in Bristol, she worked as a fundraiser on behalf of a number of different charities and as an Administrator for The Soil Association. Laura moved to Brighton in 2005 where she did a degree in Venue and Event Management. Laura lived in Brighton for 13 years. Initially working in the events and hospitality sector. Laura is a licensee and co-produced a one-day music festival at the historic Newhaven Fort, as well as working at festivals up and down the country. Laura began working in HR at Brighton and Hove City Council, where she worked for five years until the birth of her first son. Laura studied British Sign Language and have my BSL1 qualification. Shortly after gaining this, Laura moved to Southampton where she was on the Steering Group for the Southampton Parent Carer Forum.

"I have come full circle am very happy to be back in my home county of Devon."


I love Devon because the beautiful rolling hills make me feel at peace. I feel so lucky to have all of the stunning beaches and wild freedom of Dartmoor on our doorstep. The community spirit in Devon is fantastic. I’m also a real foodie, so get very excited about all of the fresh, local produce available throughout Devon.