Mo Tutty stands down as ellenor’s Chair of Trustees

Pam Mills
VALUABLE CONTRIBUTION: Mo Tutty brought knowledge and passion to ellenor

Mo decided to step down after four years in the post so a new person could take over as the charity embarks on its new five-year strategy.

“It has been a real privilege to work with ellenor over the years and to see the charity continue to develop and grow,” he said. “I remain immensely proud of the work we do and the impact we have on people’s lives.”

Claire Cardy, ellenor’s Chief Executive, said: “I would like to thank Mo for his contribution to our charity. He has worked tirelessly to help us grow the organisation so that we can continue to meet increasing demand year on year.

“We have benefited hugely from his extensive knowledge and passion, and needless to say he will be sorely missed.”

Roger Wedderburn-Day, a retired lawyer and governor of Knole Academy in Sevenoaks, commented: “I am honoured to take on the role and am excited about the opportunity to take the charity forward. I would like to thank Mo for his long and valuable contribution.

ellenor is the only charity in Kent that provides hospice care for people of all ages and their families, with 90 per cent of its work being done in a patient’s own home.

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