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Gordon visits Sheerness Resource Centre

Local Conservative Parliamentary Candidate, Gordon Henderson, has paid tribute to the work of the Sheerness Resource Centre, which is run by the mental health charity Together Working For Wellbeing.

Mr Henderson visited the centre in Trinity Road, Sheerness, to meet Sandra Bray, who will be taking up the position of Project Co-ordinator at the beginning of November.

Sandra will be taking over from Julie Taylor who has headed up the resource centre for 10years and is leaving her existing post to take up a position as a senior relief worker to provide Sandra will advice and support in her new role.

Mr Henderson explained:

“Together Working For Wellbeing does a tremendous job in helping local people who have a mental health problem. What many people don’t understand is that one in four of the population suffer from mental health problems at some stage in their life.

“Together Working For Wellbeing help sufferers come to terms with their problem and encourage them to lead normal lives.

“The staff at Sheerness Resource Centre do a tremendous job. Much of their past success is down to the dedication and leadership of Julie Taylor and I wanted to visit the centre to thank her for all that she has done. I am delighted that Julie will still have a role in the Centre.

“My visit was also an opportunity to meet her replacement, Sandra Bray, who impressed me with her energy and commitment.

“I have promised Sandra and Julie that I will continue to support the Sheerness Resource Centre in its efforts to provide a professional and caring service to local people with mental health problems.”


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