Mayor launches the 2021 Mayor's Appeal
Published on Wednesday, 4th August 2021
Nuneaton and Bedworth Mayor Cllr Rob Tromans has launched his Appeal for 2021/22, and the local charity he aims to support throughout his year in office is Mary Ann Evans Hospice.
Nuneaton and Bedworth Mayor’s Appeal is launched
Nuneaton and Bedworth Mayor Cllr Rob Tromans has launched his Mayor’s Appeal for 2021/22.
And the local charity he aims to support throughout his year in office is the Mary Ann Evans Hospice.
Based on the site of George Eliot Hospital, Nuneaton, the Hospice provides exceptional care and support to patients with a life-limiting illness, their families and carers, through their Day and Community services. The Hospice also has a Lymphoedema Clinic and a Family Support and Bereavement Service.
Said Cllr Tromans: “Mary Ann Evans Hospice does invaluable work across our community, and I am delighted to have this opportunity to support the services they provide through my Mayor’s Appeal over the next year or so.
“I will be creating as many opportunities as I can for local people to back the extraordinary work Mary Ann Evans Hospice does across our community. I have seen for myself the respect and gratitude reserved for them by local people. I hope through my appeal we can support vital areas of their work for years to come.”
Added Liz Hancock, Chief Executive of the Hospice: “As a charity, we strive to enhance the quality of life of people living with a life limiting illness, and all the care we provide is dependent on the donations, mostly from local people.
“We are very grateful to the Mayor for making Mary Ann the subject of his appeal for this year, and of course we hope the people of Nuneaton and Bedworth will play their part in supporting the Appeal, during our 30th Anniversary year, with all their usual generosity.”
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