MP HEARS CONCERNS OF PEOPLE MADE REDUNDANT
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MP HEARS CONCERNS OF PEOPLE MADE REDUNDANT

A local MP has heard the personal stories and concerns of twenty members of a Worcestershire support group for professional people who have taken redundancy or been made redundant.

Peter Luff, MP for Mid Worcestershire, paid a visit to the latest meeting of the ‘Start all over again’ group at the Chateau Impney Hotel in Droitwich. The group was set up 2 years ago by Richard J Morris who had taken redundancy himself after 26 years working in business. It meets at the Chateau Impney on the last Thursday of every month.

Speaking afterwards Peter said,

“I was hugely impressed by what I was told by the group about their efforts to find employment. I was genuinely inspired by the stories of determination and I heard. It was obvious that the mutual support offered by members of the group to each other – including those who had been successful in their quest and then returned to continue helping others – was invaluable.”

Richard J Morris said,

“All members very much appreciated Peter Luff attending the meeting and taking an interest in their stories. He has taken away a number of issues to try and help find solutions. Peter also agreed that there must be many people like those in ‘Start all over again’ who we need to get back to work to help our economy grow again.”

The next meeting of the group is on the 24th March, 7-9pm, at the Chateau Impney, Droitwich. The meeting is ‘free of charge’ and anyone wishing to attend should contact Richard on richmoz@hotmail.com or telephone him on 07860 733 460.

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