TRUSTEE RETIRES AFTER 23 YEARS' SERVICE
A LONG-SERVING trustee has retired after 23 years of dedicated service to the Consolidated Charity.
A presentation was made to John Peach by fellow trustees, thanking him for his work for the charity.
The Consolidated Charity is an endowed charity which aims to benefit the residents of Burton by providing almshouse accommodation and by making charitable grants to individuals in need and to organisations which serve the community. It is run by a group of volunteer trustees.
John said: “I had wanted to join the Consolidated Charity because I knew what a great benefit it was for the people of Burton and it has been a pleasure to be part of it for such a long-time.”
Consolidated charity Chairman Ben Robinson said: “The charity could not function without the hard work of the trustees who give up their time and use their expertise so that we can make a big difference in the community.
“As one of the longest-serving trustees, John has seen the charity through some big changes and has always worked tirelessly on Consolidated’s behalf. I want to thank John for his many years of service on behalf of all the trustees.”
This entry was posted on March 10, 2020