The Elders and members of the congregation, particularly the gentlemen, at St. Andrews Church, Sedgley are extremely grateful to the James Beattie Charitable Trust for their generous donation. The Male Toilets were in need of total refurbishment and the grant has allowed the church to instruct the contractor to start immediately. Community use of the buildings are important to us and in addition to our own use, persons using the rooms for pleasure, education or more sombre occasions such as funerals will now have toilet facilities to an acceptable standard.
Robert E. Chesworth
St. Andrews Church, Sedgley
The British Acoustic Neuroma Association (BANA) is a small national charity that supports people and their support networks who have had a diagnosis of an Acoustic Neuroma, a rare brain tumour that grows on the balance nerve and causes complete single sided deafness, along with other symptoms such as tinnitus, vertigo, dizziness, fatigue, anxiety and depression, less often facial palsy and occasionally cognitive impairment. We mainly support people by setting up support groups around the country; where often this is the first place those diagnosed get to meet other people with an Acoustic Neuroma. The kind grant from the James Beattie Charitable Trust will ensure that we are able to continue to support people and their support networks in the Wolverhampton area who have an Acoustic Neuroma.
British Acoustic Neuroma Association
Tapton Park Innovation Centre
Tel: 01246 550011
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