Former Mayor provides Holiday Home help

Last year’s Amber Valley Mayor, Councillor John Walker, was in Skegness on 2 July to make a special presentation of money raised during his year in office.

Along with Mayoress, Mrs Angela Walker, he visited Derbyshire Children’s Holiday Centre, to present a cheque for £1,000.

Derbyshire Children’s Holiday Centre is a charity which was established in 1891 to provide disadvantaged Derbyshire children with holidays in Skegness. It currently provides 450 holiday places per season. The residential experience provides opportunities for contributing to the personal and social development of the children.

DCHC Cheque

Pictured is Coun Walker, second left, with the Centre’s Operations Manager, Paul Smith, Mrs Angela Walker, and some of the current residents.

 

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