5th September 2022
The Trustees are happy to provide the following update on the Trust’s activities.
We continue to liaise with the Countess of Chester Hospital Foundation Trust (CoCH) as they develop their plans to mobilise services from the premises, and we are excited to see how these plans will unfold for the benefit of all members of the local community in the near future.
Meanwhile, we are continuing with the strategic review of the Trust’s future activities we mentioned in our last update and welcome any input on physical or mental health services you think would benefit the community. We will consider all suggestions as part of our review. We have also updated our contact details so please do email any comments or suggestions to our new address: email@example.com
Trustees have continued to attend local parish council meetings to give in person updates and listen to feedback. Our next confirmed meetings are detailed below and further meetings are also being arranged over the coming weeks. All input will be taken into account as part of our review.
|Beeston Parish Council
|Tuesday 6th September, 7pm
Peckforton & Beeston Village Room
|Kelsall Parish Council
|Monday 12th September, 7:30pm
Kelsall Community Centre
|Utkinton & Cotebrook Parish Council
|Tuesday 13th September, 7pm
Utkinton Village Hall
|Duddon & Burton Parish Council
|Monday 19th September, 7pm
Duddon Village Hall
|Tattenhall & District Parish Council
|Wednesday 21st September, 7pm
The Barbour Institute, Tattenhall
|Clotton Hoofield Parish Council
|Monday 26th September, 7:30pm
Duddon, Clotton & District War Memorial Hall
Over the past few weeks we have also updated our Patrons Mrs Sue Sellers and Mr Martin Beaumont on our plans and sought their input and advice. We thank them for their continued support for the Trust. We have been hearing from a range of stakeholders about the demands upon mental health services as well as physical health services in the locality. We will build all input and feedback into our strategic review.
We would like to thank the volunteers who run The Vintage Charity Shop in Tarporley which benefits the charity and provides regular financial support. The shop relies upon the tremendous support it receives from members of the community who donate items and those who shop there. If this little gem is unknown to you, it is at the south end of the High Street in Tarporley. The summer has been a busy period for the shop and new stock is always welcome.
We remain grateful for the support the Trust has enjoyed in the past and we look forward to updating you on our plans for the future once our strategic review is complete.
5th September 2022