Mayor of Ipswich meets volunteers at EACH Treehouse site in Ipswich
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The Mayor of Ipswich Roger Fern visited East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) Treehouse site to learn more about the service that it offers to Suffolk families.
Mr Fern attended with his consort granddaughter Ellie Griss and deputy town sergeant Andy Walsham, and met with siblings enjoying Easter activities as well as long-serving volunteers.
The visit came ahead of an open evening on Thursday for people interested in supporting EACH.
“This was a very special visit to a very special place,” he said. “Ellie and I enjoyed our tour of the facilities and noted the kindness that emanates from EACH.
“We also met some wonderful volunteers and would urge anyone who thinks they would like to help to join them.”
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EACH provides care for children with life-threatening conditions and supports their families.
To attend the open evening, call 01473 276196 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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