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AXMINSTER: Care Service honours two stalwart helpers
Tuesday, 24 June 2014
Stalwarts were praised when Axminster Care Service held its annual general meeting. Megan Hanney stepped down as treasurer after two years because she is leaving the area. Eileen Maeer was also presented with flowers to mark that she has provided sterling service in the care service office for a long time. She will continue to serve Axminster Care Service in the Charity Togs shop. A plea was made for volunteer drivers to come forward. Potential drivers are asked to come forward, even if they are only available for limited periods. More information is available from Charity Togs. The Project founder Debbie Humberstone was the AGM’s guest speaker. The Axminster-based organisation provides support for young people with mental health issues. Support is also provided for the youngsters’ parents and carers. Projects and organisations supported by Axminster Care Service during the last 12 months includeed Axminster Alternative job Club, each primary school in the area covered by the care service, Axe Valley Community College, Axminster Fellowship, The Project, Stepping Stones’ Nursery, Rainbow Under Fives and Chardstock Cricket Club.
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