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There are still staff there to help at Tontine House
I READ in Coffey Time that Chris Coffey and the CEN were now offering some funding advice to voluntary groups in St Helens now that Sue Wright had left what was known as St Helens CVS.
However I must point out to your readers that Sue Wright retired from the CVS (now known as St Helens VCA) some time ago, but groups can still get advice on funding issues from St Helens VCA at Tontine House just the same as always, as I have done many times with the voluntary group I am involved with.
Sue’s contribution will be missed, but they still have qualified and experienced staff at Tontine House who are give advice and information to groups seeking funding. I appreciate all the help they have shown me to date and in the future.
Jimmy Kennedy, Parr Mount Court, Fingerpost.