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Charities and voluntary groups

One of the things that makes our area great is the many charities and voluntary groups that strive to improve people’s lives.

Theresa is fortunate to be a Patron of several local charities including Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service, which provides children’s hospice services and family support in East Berkshire; NRAS, a Maidenhead based but nationally recognised charity for people with rheumatoid arthritis; and Maidenhead Civic Society.

Theresa says, “I’m proud to be involved with a number of local charities and try to support as many as I can. People give up so much time to make life better for others and they deserve our thanks”.

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