Staff and families from the charity Caudwell Children have been invited to visit the Lord Mayors Parlour on Wednesday 5th November.
Lord Mayor Terry Crowe will meet with six families involved with the charity to give them the opportunity to learn more about his role, the history of the building and what is going on in their local community.
- Caudwell Children work with disabled children and their families across the country
- Families and staff from national charity Caudwell Children are to meet The Lord Mayor
The Lord Mayor is also using the time to find out more about the work of the Stoke-on-Trent based charity that works with disabled children and their families across the UK.
The visit will take place between 4pm and 5:30pm.
For more information about the work of Caudwell Children call 0845 300 1348 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are really looking forward to meeting the Lord Mayor and giving the children the chance to learn a little bit about local history and also to find out more about what is going on in the communities in which they live. From Caudwell Children’s point of view I am hoping that the visit gives the Lord Mayor a chance to see the work that we do within the community and how families of disabled children are benefiting from the services that we provide.”
We are looking forward to the chance to meet the Lord Mayor and also getting the opportunity to speak to him about the work of Caudwell Children. They have helped Josh in numerous ways from providing social activities which have increased his confidence no end, funding equipment such as Josh’s wheelchair which has made going out much easier for him to helping us find out about the carer’s premium helping us save money. We just want more families living with disabled children to know that there is a range of help and services out there and Caudwell Children can help them find what is right for them.”