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Anne Mace

December 2016: Anne has had to retire from the Town Council mid term for health reasons. We wish Anne all the best for the future and thank her for the significant contribution she has made to the Town Council over her Term of office.


 Anne Mace - Councillor Update

It is a privilege to once again be representing the people of Wribbenhall on Bewdley Town Council, thank you for your confidence in re-electing me.

Do remember that I am available to help you in any way, just contact me.

So what have I been doing so far?

Volunteered as a member of planning committee, staffing committee and also of working party setting up the Better Bewdley project

Town Council Representative

  •  Community Transport Wyre Forest
  • Patient Participation Group Bewdley Medical Practise
  • Emergency planning forum

Have attended the first Councillors Surgery of the new Town Council

Also a workshop relating to isolation of Older People, will be presenting a paper about, identifying the problem in Bewdley and how we might help, to the next Town Council meeting

Helping people to resolve problems relating to the Health Service

Attended an excellent evening arranged by Bewdley Development Trust

Currently working hard with other organisations to ensure that Older People in Wyre Forest do not miss out because of age discrimination.  July 2014

See our Petition on our News Page.


Anne Mace Profile -  May 2014

Anne is a Bewdley Resident who has served as a District and Town Councillor and is involved in many local organisation, Wribbenhall Parish Room, Women’s Section Royal British Legion, Wyre Forest Clinical Commissioning Group to name but three.

In 2007-2008 she had the privilege of being your Mayor. Flash floods hit Wribbenhall and Bewdley Anne launched a Flood Appeal which raised £18,000 for the flood victims.

Anne is now seeking re-election to Bewdley Town Council and asks for your support

If you would like to talk to her phone 01299 402204

 

Her personal priorities

  •  Current top priority, address problems in relation to Law and Order.
  • Listen to and help local people
  • Liaise with other organisations regarding problems
  •  Town Economy and Increase of Tourism
  • Good access to high quality Health Services for local people
  • Improved services for Elderly Residents
  •  Development of the new Medical Centre
  • Good education and leisure facilities for our Young People
  • Adequate public transport

If elected she will do her utmost to represent and serve the people of Wribbenhall and Bewdley

 

Anne believes we need Independent Councillors who serve local people and not politics.


SERVING THE COMMUNITY

PUTTING BEWDLEY FIRST

Anne is a Bewdley Resident who has served as a District and Town Councillor and is involved in many local organisations, Wribbenhall Parish Room, Women’s Section Royal British Legion, Wyre Forest Clinical Commissioning Group to name but three.

In 2007-2008 she had the privilege of being your Mayor. Flash floods hit Wribbenhall and Bewdley, Anne launched a Flood Appeal which raised £18,000 for the flood victims.

Working with the people of Bewdley and further afield was a wonderful and humbling experience which demonstrated that the majority of people in our area care passionately about their local community and want to help.

This makes the present situation in Wribbenhall of petty crime, theft, vandalism and intimidation of the elderly population. All the more tragic.

 

This community deserves better

Anne pledges to do all in her power to help

Anne is one of our five ICHC Town Council Candidates for Wribbenhall

Always interested in serving people and having spent 40 years in Health Care, posts including Ward Sister, Matron, Chief Nursing Officer and Hospital Director.

Since retirement Anne has retained links with Health Care in a voluntary capacity. Currently is actively involved with the Worcestershire Acute Hospitals Trust and the Wyre Forest Clinical Commissioning Group. In order to try to ensure the highest quality of health care for our local population.

Following her work during the flooding in 2007 she is committed to improving the flood defences on the Wribbenhall side of the river, so that Bewdley Bridge can remain open at all times

 

ICHC is about COMMON SENSE POLITICS

If you would like to talk to Anne contact her via the links on the right.

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You can contact Anne by:

Phone: (01299) 402204

Email: anne@ichcbewdley.co.uk

or through our Contact Page.

ICHC Constituency Office

Website: http://www.healthconcern.org.uk

Tel: (01562) 823581

Address:
Station Approach,
Comberton Hill,
Kidderminster,
DY10 1QX