We both enjoyed an evening at Keele hall. At the installation of the new mayor Simon White.
Judy and I paid a visit to St Marks church where on a Thursday refugees and asylum seekers meet. Much help is offered, and guidance given. The life and future of these people is a very modern problem which frequently goes unnoticed and ignored. Well done Reverend Sally and the team.
Wednesday 17th May. We both visited the Stoke on Trent University Hospital. The nurse were very kind, and we had the good fortune to visit Mrs Valerie Bowers pictured here recovering well from her operation only two days before.
Today I attended a service at the National Arboretum given to celebrate the commitment of the church to the military. Myself with Bishop Michael of Lichfield.
We both visited the police cadets evening at Cannock. Here we are with cadet Matthew Hindley. Who will be joining us on events this year.
The visiting High Sheriff of Shropshire attended the court opening on Friday. His honour Judge Chambers, friends and family enjoyed a service at St Mary’s Stafford to open the new legal term. Afterwards all were welcomed to a lunch at the County Buildings.
Thursday 11th May. Enjoyed the reserves AGM at the Chateau Impney hotel. Met with the High Sheriffs of Shropshire and Worcestershire.
The Staffordshire Moorlands District Council elected their new chairman on Wednesday 10th of May 2017.
Judy and myself witnessed the appointment of seven new deputy lieutenants at county buildings Stafford. Here with His Honour Judge Paul Glenn DL. congratulations.
Humphry Scott Moncrieff, High Sheriff of Staffordshire, added: ‘It was great to visit the custody centre in Stoke on Trent. Thank you to Sue Arnold the Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner for arranging this visit. ‘I was shown around this excellent facility by Inspector Jason Allport and the Independent Custody Visitors. It was a very […]
We attended the Anzac day service at the Australian and New Zealand cemetery at Cannock Chase. Without the British legion the soldiers who are buried there would be forgotten. A poignant service with last post, and a veterans march past.
Judy and I visited Manna house, Hanley, Dinner takes place from 6.00 p.m. onwards on Thursdays. It is run by a volunteer group specifically for deprived or homeless people in the city. The food is excellent, they are always glad of volunteers to help, and grateful for donations. Visit their website http://www.mannahouse-hanley.co.uk/, Or even go […]
A visit this morning to Matthew Ellis, crime commissioner and Deputy Commissioner Sue Arnold. They both share an interest with me for volunteer groups, and offered to help raise awareness of the smaller underfunded groups in Staffordshire. I had a serious update on crime in the county.
A lovely Easter service with a civic procession to and from the Guildhall. We joined the Mayor and Sheriff of Lichfield for coffee.
We visited St Giles Hospice in Whiittington for the rebranding of their logo and announcement of their five year plan. Their Group chief executive gave an excellent talk.