Putting children first and disability second - RCC Surrey donate to Cherry Trees Charity
Putting children first and disability second - RCC Surrey donate to Cherry Trees Charity The Intendant General for Surrey R Ill Kt Bob Hancock together with the Deputy Intendant General Andrew Sales were welcomed at The Cherry Trees Charity in East Clandon on 12th August by the Charities Events Manager Hannah. They were also accompanied by The MMH Charity Manager Bro Darren Coleman-Heald and their wives Mrs Brid Hancock and Mrs Mary Sales.

Putting children first and disability second - RCC Surrey donate to Cherry Trees Charity A tour of the premises enabled all to see the wonderful work carried out by the Charity to support severely disabled and handicapped children to improve their quality of life and also offer respite care to support their hard pressed parents.

Putting children first and disability second - RCC Surrey donate to Cherry Trees Charity The Intendant General was later delighted to present a cheque for 2.5K to the charity from the Grand Sovereigns Care for Children Fund to support the many projects being undertaken to improve facilities at the centre.

Photographs by Bob Tuthill



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