Fran Greenwood (Donor Recruitment & Charity Engagement Supervisor at PTC), Sir Ed Davey MP, Judith Rogerson
Fran Greenwood (Donor Recruitment & Charity Engagement Supervisor at PTC), Sir Ed Davey MP, Judith Rogerson

Liberal Democrat MP and Home Affairs Spokesperson welcomed to Harrogate by local Lib Dems.

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Liberal Democrat and Home Affairs Spokesperson, Sir Ed Davey, was welcomed to last Friday by local Lib Dems.

Sir Ed met with members of the local party to answer their questions about the latest developments in Westminster and to talk about the Liberal Democrats’ plans for the future.

Along with the PPC for & Knaresborough, Judith Rogerson, Sir Ed visited the Treatment Centre in where they met members of staff and toured the facilities where treatment is provided to serving and retired Officers.

Baroness Angela Harris, Judith Rogerson, Sir Ed Davey MP, Peter Moore, Fran Greenwood
Baroness Angela Harris, Judith Rogerson, Sir Ed Davey , Peter Moore, Fran Greenwood

Judith Rogerson said:

I was delighted that Ed Davey was able to join us to visit the Police Treatment Centre in Harrogate.

We are lucky to have such a fantastic facility in our town.

I come from a family of Police Officers so know very well how hard they work and the pressures that they face every day. It was wonderful to see that such excellent support is available, whether in respect of physical health or psychological wellbeing.

 

Peter Moore (Chief Financial Officer at the PTC), Sir Ed Davey MP, Judith Rogerson, Baroness Angela Harris (President of the Police Treatment Centres Trust)
Peter Moore (Chief Financial Officer at the PTC), Sir Ed Davey MP, Judith Rogerson, Baroness Angela Harris (President of the Police Treatment Centres Trust)



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