Vital support

PUBLISHED: 13:16 04 October 2008 | UPDATED: 09:45 10 June 2010

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4: MAYOR Joy Whipps was among the local dignitaries to see first hand the work of Age Concern Exmouth at their recent open day and lunch. Health care professionals, care home managers, civic leaders and business leaders met trustees, staff volunteers and cli

MAYOR Joy Whipps was among the local dignitaries to see first hand the work of Age Concern Exmouth at their recent open day and lunch.Health care professionals, care home managers, civic leaders and business leaders met trustees, staff volunteers and clients - including Dot Smith who was celebrating her 82nd birthday - at the Landon House HQ, in New Street.Cllr Whipps was presented with a framed gold certificate to represent the town council's pledge to become Gold Sponsors of Age Concern.Cllr Whipps said: "It is vital that Exmouth Town Council supports the vital work undertaken by Age Concern in Exmouth since the over 50s are the largest sector of the local community."Trustee Graham Martin hailed the new corporate sponsorship scheme a 'huge success', and thanked Exmouth Community College for its support in becoming their 25th sponsor in the town.


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