The Mayor of Sefton makes a visit to Nugent in Formby
The Mayor of Sefton, Cllr Iain Brodie-Browne visited the children's home in Formby, Clumber Lodge on 14th March when he had an invitation from Nugent to visit to Clarence High School.
Cllr Iain Brodie-Browne said: "I recently accepted an invitation from the charity Nugent to visit their services in Formby . I met Sister Benedicte at Clumber Care Home which cares for vulnerable children and young people of all ages and Tony Saleh, Principal at Clarence High School which provides education for children with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties, including those on the autistic spectrum."
"It was a privilege to meet Sister and Tony, and to learn more about the work they do. It’s inspiring to see how passionate they and their staff are and to hear about the kind of difficulties some of our young people face. These two services give so much support, hope and love to help the young people realise their ambitions."
He went on to say: "Nugent is a great organisation, which offers a diverse range of support to adults and children at the heart of some of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged communities."
Nugent said on Twitter feed: "Happy to host the Mayor of Sefton at one of our residential services, Clumber Care, on this fine Spring day and also at one of our education services Clarence High."