30th October 2020
Lord-Lieutenant becomes Patron of Oakleaf
Following a visit on Tuesday, 27th October, the Lord-Lieutenant has accepted the invitation to become a Patron for Oakleaf, joining fellow Oakleaf Patrons Dame Penelope Keith and Shaun Attwood. At Oakleaf, support is given to individuals aged 16-67 struggling with mental ill-health to gain the skills, training & confidence needed to manage their mental health and live full, productive lives. Mr More- Molyneux said he very much looked forward to working with Oakleaf to achieve better mental health in the Surrey community as we move towards 2021.
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