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”4 & 6 The Next Step!’’

Celebrating the Transfer of Ownership of 4&6 Clemens Street from Regenesis TWO to Warwickshire Community and Voluntary Action

Estelle Morris - Baroness Morris of Yardley, Chris White – recently elected MP for Leamington and Warwick, James Plaskett, Chris Elliott – Chief Executive for Warwick District Council and a number of local mayors and dignitaries, joined staff and volunteers of Warwickshire Community and Voluntary Action (Warwickshire CAVA) and Regenesis TWO to celebrate the change of ownership of 4&6 Clemens Street. 

A celebratory lunch and handover ceremony to mark this very special occasion was held at 4 & 6 Clemens Street on Tuesday 27th April 2010 and special guests were invited to see how Warwickshire CAVA would honour a commitment to: ‘Work for a stronger voluntary and community sector in South Leamington’

 

 Mo Finnesy handing over the presentation for 4 & 6 Clemens Street to Paul Tolley - WCAVA Chief Executive

 

 Recently elected MP for Leamington and Warwick, Chris White with Pauline Urwin Warwickshire CAVA - Warwick District locality manager

 (Left to Right) James Plaskett, Estelle Morris (Baroness Morris of Yardley), Pauline Urwin, Councillor Norman Pratt (Chairman of Warwick District Council) and Paul Tolley WCAVA Chief Executive

 Regenesis2 Trustees

     

 Mo Finnesy handing over the presentation for 4 & 6 Clemens Street to Paul Tolley - WCAVA Chief Executive

 Councillor Balvinder Singh Gill (Mayor of Leamington)

 Councillor Mrs Peggy Bennett (Mayor of Warwick) and Chris White MP

     

 Cllr Jose Compton (Chair of the Warwick Area Committee) and Cllr Brain Smart (Mayor of Whitnash)

 WCAVA - Warwick District Volunteers (Left to Right) Kevin Tracey, Jo Hill and Nick Rabson

 
   

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