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Sudbury’s Kernos Centre is congratulated for its good work at AGM

PUBLISHED: 18:56 05 February 2017 | UPDATED: 18:56 05 February 2017

Attending the AGM: from left to right  Mayor Cllr Sue Ayres, James Cartlidge MP and deputy Mayor Cllr. Sarah Page with Kernos Chairman Graham Hill.

Attending the AGM: from left to right  Mayor Cllr Sue Ayres, James Cartlidge MP and deputy Mayor Cllr. Sarah Page with Kernos Chairman Graham Hill.

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The AGM of the Kernos Centre in Sudbury has celebrated its good work.

The work of a Sudbury-based charity that supports those with emotional and psychological difficulties has been praised.

Nearly 40 guests, volunteers and staff were at the Kernos Centre’s 13th Annual General Meeting on Friday, January 27, to hear about the vital work the charity continues to do in counselling local people.

Those to attend included South Suffolk MP James Cartlidge, Sudbury Town Mayor Sue Ayers and the Deputy Mayor Sarah Page, together with Babergh Councillors Jan and Adrian Osborne, Newton Green Golf Club’s Mens’ Captain Lee Prentice and Ruth and Phil Worsley from the Sudbury Area Cancer Support Group.

Explaining why she selected the centre as one of her charity beneficiaries, Ms Ayres said: “I am so impressed with the work Kernos does. I know from personal experience the difference that this kind of help can make to young persons’ lives.”

The Kernos Centre has supported more than 2,700 clients – aged from six to 93 – since its opening in March 2003.


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