Romford carers’ charity Crossroads Care Havering appoints new trustees

Romford carers’ charity Crossroads has appointed four new trustees.

The service, which has been based at the Victoria Centre in Pettits Lane for 20 years, provides respite and support for carers in and around Havering.

This month, Philip Cockram, Frances Pennell-Buck, Andrew Palmer and Alan Botterill were appointed to the Crossroads board.

Director Kathy Verges said: “It is fantastic that we have four new trustees adding to the wealth of knowledge and passion that exists on the board of Crossroads Care Havering.

“All four trustees bring a wealth of professional knowledge to enhance the charity’s drive to support more carers.”


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