Hospice's new chief executive pledges vital community work will continue
- Credit: Mike Kwasniak
The new CEO of a coastal hospice has pledged to continue vital community work in the Beccles, Great Yarmouth and Waveney area.
Judi Newman, becomes the new CEO of St Elizabeth Hospice, having previously served as the development director.
With more than 25 years in the charitable sector with the likes of Oxfam and Research Autism, Judi is excited to start her new role with the hospice.
She said: "The hospice’s roots lie in the community and that is very important.
"It provides more than health care, it supports the whole family whose loved one is under its care.
You may also want to watch:
"There is hardly a family in Suffolk who doesn’t have a relative, loved one or friend who has received support from St Elizabeth Hospice, or knows others who have.
“Working with ECCH over the last couple of years has been extremely rewarding as well as beneficial to patients and staff.
- 1 Banned motorist admits dangerous driving around town
- 2 Band and singer pull out of Latitude Festival due to positive Covid tests
- 3 Family fundraising for Aimee, 16, after leukaemia diagnosis
- 4 Care worker in court for causing A145 motorcycle crash
- 5 Poultry company owner says food industry is at 'crisis point'
- 6 New signs to be installed after grandmother killed crossing A143
- 7 Bungay's first Pride event to take place this weekend
- 8 Coronavirus cases in East Suffolk almost double in a week
- 9 Sexual misconduct allegations against Suffolk police officers revealed under FoI laws
- 10 Why this mum takes a bath OUTSIDE in an old water tank
"I am looking forward to seeing what the future holds for our work in Great Yarmouth and Waveney."