Chelmsford Branch – June 2020 Newsletter

Chelmsford Branch – June 2020 Newsletter

Chelmsford Branch – June 2020 Newsletter

Dear Members,

Well, what a year it has been so far! Since I last wrote to you many of us have been confined to our homes to assist in the fight against the Covid-19 virus, which has sadly claimed so many lives. These are challenging times for all of us and I hope you are keeping well.

I would like to assure you that our Welfare Officers are still very active and have been keeping in regular contact with those that we know to be vulnerable. If you are in need of a friendly phone call or any other type of assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us. As you know welfare of members and their families is our primary concern.

Those of you who receive Sue Heaton’s regular updates via email will already be aware that all physical NARPO meetings, both nationally and locally, have been cancelled or put on hold pending a resolution to the crisis. As previously advertised your Branch managed to hold our AGM via a conference call and, all being well, I plan to hold our next regular Committee Meeting via Zoom (or some other technology), on 27 July. If you have any matters you would like discussed please let our Secretary know on: EssexChelmsford@narpo.org

At the time of writing we await definitive news on the Essex Police Garden Party, but we will let you know any updates as soon as we know.

In the meantime, please stay safe.

Bob

Robert Good
Branch Chair

Website

We have a new website for the branch which is integrated within the main NARPO website. So now you can move seamlessly between our branch pages and all the information and offers provided nationally.

On our branch pages, you can find information such as how to contact the committee, the latest newsletters and updates as well as details of forthcoming events. The main NARPO site has a wide range of useful information from some of the big issues facing police pensioners through to member offers on financial products, insurance, holidays and cars.

www.narpo.org/branches/chelmsford takes you straight to our branch. From here, you can navigate all the branch pages and then reach the main site by clicking on the NARPO logo, which is top left of the page.

If you want to start on the NARPO site, go to www.narpo.org When you’re ready for the branch pages, you can get to the branch list via the main heading Discover and then NARPO Branches. We are listed as Essex (Chelmsford).

Enjoy browsing. You might be surprised at what you find!

Email address

Do we have your email address? If you received this newsletter by post, then it’s probable that we don’t.

If we can email you then, as well as the quarterly newsletters, you will receive regular updates most weeks from our Branch Secretary, Sue Heaton, as well as other useful circulations. Using email rather than post also reduces our administrative costs.

If you did receive this newsletter by post and are happy to provide your email address please let Sue know at: EssexChelmsford@narpo.org

Don’t worry if you don’t have email or don’t want to provide your address – you will continue to receive the newsletters by post.

Requesting assistance for vulnerable members

We are conscious of the fact that some of you may still be self-isolating/Shielding, or indeed be unwell during this difficult period. If you feel you may need help or you know of anybody that may need help then please contact one of our welfare officers Tim Stokes: timstokes0890@hotmail.co.uk

We can then quickly assess what your requirements are and get appropriate resources or assistance to you asap

Covid-19

One of our members, Dennis Hicks has indicated to the committee that he is willing to make himself available to discuss the above disease which he contracted in March and subsequently needed hospitalisation for treatment. He is happy to chat and explain first hard about his experience which he describes as ‘the worst experience I have had‘.

If you would like to find out more please contact him via our secretary Sue using her email: EssexChelmsford@narpo.org

Obituaries

The Chief Constable regrets to inform you of the following deaths since the last newsletter:-

  • David Holland who retired as a Detective Constable in 2009. He passed away on the 30th March 2020 aged 79 years
  • David Hudson who retired as a Chief Inspector in 1994 and served at Rayleigh, Southend, Westcliff, Billericay and Basildon. He passed away on 1st April 2020 aged 83 years
  • Roy Fenning who retired as a D/Chief Inspector in 2009 and served at Chelmsford, Harlow, Regional crime squad, Wickford and Headquarters. He passed away on 9th April 2020
  • Leonard Payne who retired as a Detective Constable in 1979and served at Laindon, Rayleigh, Brentwood, Rochford and Billericay. He passed away on 9th April 2020 aged 92 years
  • David Taylor who retired as a superintendent in 1989 and served at Brentwood, Basildon, Tilbury and Chelmsford. He passed away on 20th April 2020.
  • Peter Brown who retired as a constable in 2003 but returned as a support staff member, he served at Epping, Stapleford and Stansted Airport. He passed away on 1st May 2020 aged 65
  • Geoff Callan who served within the Southend Borough and Headquarters before transferring to the City of London police. He passed away on 5th May 2020
  • Peter Hewitt who retired as a Constable in 1995 and served at Grays, South Ockendon, Corringham and the Dog section. He was awarded an MBE in 2011 for the charity work that he was engaged in. He passed away on 7th May 2020 aged 72 years

May they all rest in peace.

Gary

Gary Sanderson
Newsletter Editor

Chelmsford Branch – June 2020 Newsletter

NARPO Chelmsford Update 14 May 2020

NARPO Chelmsford Update 14 May 2020

NARPO Chelmsford Update 14 May 2020

Dear Members,

 

Our Branch website is at www.narpo.org/branches/chelmsford
You will find lots of information about the Branch including the latest newsletters and updates as well as details of forthcoming events. You can also link to the main NARPO site which has a wide range of useful information.

Coronavirus Assistance

I hope you are all keeping well during these difficult times, just a reminder that we are here to help if you are isolated, vulnerable or just in need of a chat. Our welfare officers have been doing a sterling job in contacting all our widow members to check on their general welfare and offer assistance, but we are also aware there are others who may be alone and in need of some support. So please don’t hesitate to call/contact us if you need anything.

One of our members who lives in America contracted the disease and was hospitalized. He is now out of hospital and recovering well and is happy to talk to anyone about his experience who is worried or believes they have symptoms. Our welfare officer Anne Walker has spoken with him on a video conference call and is now much better informed about the condition and symptoms, so if you are concerned then let me know and I can put you in touch with those who can advise and help you.

NARPO-Coronavirus-Mutual-Aid

Please see here for latest Best Practice regarding Coronavirus

NARPO Chelmsford Update 30 April 2020

National Police Memorial Day – Cancellation

Please find attached here a newsletter from NPMD informing of the cancellation of this year’s event.

Get Together 6th June 2020 and Simply Stride Masterclass – Cancellation

Regretfully taking account of the current situation and the slight easing around lockdown, I have taken the decision to cancel the above event. The next review of the restrictions will not be until the end of May and I don’t feel the situation will sufficiently change for us to safely hold this meeting.

We were due to take a break over the summer period prior to recommencing the ‘Get – Togethers’ later in the year.

Hopefully, the situation will have improved by then and we have booked HQ for Saturday 17th October 2020 to restart the meetings, so please note this date in your diary’s. It is hoped that Geoff Markham will speak at this meeting. His talk will be about a young Essex man killed in the First World War whose story remained undiscovered for nearly a century. It is then almost accidentally stumbled over, thoroughly researched and has since had remarkable ramifications. An Essex school and a village church in central Essex are critical stops along the way to understanding a story which, is at least the equal of that told in the current film “1917”.

Another member also suggested a discussion on The White House Farm murders following the recent TV dramatisation of this incident and hopefully, we can incorporate this at the meeting.

We are keen to build up a list of members who are willing to talk on subjects at these meetings, so if you have an interest and wish to present to the group or have a debate at one of the meetings, could you please let me know so we can compile a list and advertise prior to the events.

I will remain in touch with Karen from Simply Stride and hope to reschedule the masterclass albeit I may wait for some better weather next year before booking.

Cenotaph Parade and Service 2020

The Royal British Legion is planning to hold the Ex-Service and Civilian Contingents attending the Parade and Service at the Cenotaph, Whitehall, on Remembrance Sunday, 8th November 2020. This will be subject to any Government restrictions due to COVID-19. Further information is available from the Royal British Legion website

British Legion

As last year, NARPO HQ applied to the Royal British Legion to send a contingent of Thirty-Six (36) members, to take part in this unique national event, in the heart of London.

Due to heightened security measures, the Metropolitan Police need to conduct individual security checks on all participants. Therefore, basic personal information will need to be provided in advance for each applicant.

Ticket holders will need to bring both photographic ID and a document showing proof of address with them for access to Horse Guards Parade via the staffed Police entry points on the day.

Our Branch can nominate three people to attend. This will be on a first-come basis, so if you would like to take part in this event, please email me at EssexChelmsford@narpo.org, no later than 20th July 2020 to enable me to put forward our nominations. Please provide me with the following details if you are requesting attendance.

Title/Rank
First Name (this must be the name on photo ID)
Last Name
Date of Birth (please use the format DD/MM/YYYY)
Place of Birth
First line of address
Town
Postcode
Military number (where applicable)

Police Life

Please download your latest issue of Police Life here

Police Insure

Please find a link to Police Insure website here if you would like to receive insurance quotes.

That’s all for now, I’m afraid not that much is coming through at the present time but I am trying to keep you all updated as best as I can.

Sue Heaton

Secretary NARPO
Chelmsford Branch

NARPO Chelmsford Update 14 May 2020

NARPO Chelmsford Update 30 April 2020

NARPO Chelmsford Update 30 April 2020

NARPO Chelmsford Update 30 April 2020

Dear Members,

 

Our Branch website is at www.narpo.org/branches/chelmsford
You will find lots of information about the Branch including the latest newsletters and updates as well as details of forthcoming events. You can also link to the main NARPO site which has a wide range of useful information.

Coronavirus Assistance

I Hope you are all keeping well during these difficult times, just a reminder that we are here to help if you are isolated, vulnerable or just in need of a chat. Our welfare officers have been doing a sterling job in contacting all our widow members to check on their general welfare and offer assistance, but we are also aware there are others who may be alone and in need of some support. So please don’t hesitate to call/contact us if you need anything.

NARPO-Coronavirus-Mutual-Aid

Please see here for latest Best Practice regarding Coronavirus

NARPO Chelmsford Update 30 April 2020

Annual General Meeting

Please see below from our Chairman Bob Good

Your committee felt that it was important to hold our AGM in a timely manner to comply both with the national rules and to ensure we could continue to serve your needs in the year ahead.

We provided advance notice to all members, so that you could join the process and the AGM took place, via a conference call, on Monday 20 April 2020.

The main matters on the agenda concerned formal approval of the accounts for the previous year and election of a committee for 2020/21. I am pleased to say both were successfully accomplished.

Copies of the various officers reports can be obtained from our Secretary at: EssexChelmsford@narpo.org

I am pleased to confirm our Branch Committee for the coming year is as follows:

  • Chair Robert Good
  • Vice Chair David Hull*
  • Secretary Sue Heaton
  • Treasurer Andy Drane
  • Membership Secretary Brian Ladd
  • Welfare Officers Tim Stokes and Anne Walker
  • Benevolent Fund Graham Furnival
  • Newsletter & Website Editor Gary Sanderson
  • Committee members Roy Bracey* and Martin Reed

* Auditors

Please do not hesitate to contact me or the Secretary should you have any queries or are in need of our assistance.

Bob

Robert Good
Branch Chair

NARPO Annual Conference 2020 Cancelled

The NEC have taken the difficult but well-informed decision to cancel our Annual Conference this year 2020, which was due to be held in Plymouth on Friday the 11th September.

The decision was made after careful consideration of the potential health implications for our members, the current Government restrictions, the likelihood of them being lifted or relaxed and the potential financial implications of any cancellation.

Post Office makes access to cash products available faster to help self-isolating individuals during coronavirus pandemic

Please click on this link re. Post Office services

Disability Rights UK

The COVID-19 crisis has affected all of us – not just our physical health, but our mental health and our access to services too. We would like you to pass this email or link to your colleagues and those you represent. The regulator for the NHS, pharmacies, and care services in England is The Care Quality Commission (CQC). They have asked that disabled people and their families share with them their experiences through their Tell Us About Your Care campaign. This will enable the CQC to use the evidence they receive to help shape future policy with disabled people and their different needs front and centre.

Tell Us About Your Care is a chance for those NHS services to be recognised for their good works, and also to help improve the service where it is not so successful.

Please help shape our futures through completing the Tell Us About Your Care survey and then share the link with all those you feel could assist.

Kind regards.

Michael White

Information and Membership
Disability Rights UK

+44 (0) 330 995 0400

No more to report at the moment due to the current situation.

Sue Heaton

Secretary NARPO
Chelmsford Branch

NARPO Chelmsford Update 30 April 2020

NARPO Chelmsford Weekly Update 18 April 2020

NARPO Chelmsford Weekly Update 18 April 2020

NARPO Chelmsford Weekly Update 18 April 2020

Dear Members,

 

Our Branch website is at www.narpo.org/branches/chelmsford
You will find lots of information about the Branch including the latest newsletters and updates as well as details of forthcoming events. You can also link to the main NARPO site which has a wide range of useful information.

Assistance

I hope you are all keeping well and managing to cope during this difficult time, please remember we are here if you need any assistance or support from our welfare team.

I may not circulate the news as often at the moment as due to the current situation – not as much information is coming out from the centre at present and limited offers due to the current travel restrictions.

The next Get-Together is still scheduled for 6th June however we will take a view closer to the time as to whether this will go ahead.

AGM 20.00hrs Monday 20th April 2020 – Conference Call

As I have already stated in previous news our Annual General Meeting will take place at the above time but via a conference call. If you would like to join the call please send me an email EssexChelmsford@narpo.org and I will send you a meeting invite with the dial-in codes.

NARPO Chelmsford Weekly Update 18 April 2020

Police Life

Please find the April edition of Police Life here

Fred Olsen Cruises

Message from Fred Olsen here

Four Fred’s in Lisbon – new event for 2021 – please see here

Police Mutual Wellbeing Factsheets

Covid 19 Factsheet here

New Career Factsheet here

Social Care Factsheet here

Help for the NHS

CAN YOU HELP THE NHS? DO YOU LIKE SEWING? THEN YES YOU CAN HELP

Many Hospitals and care homes etc are desperate for scrubs and scrub bags and many local groups are being set up to organise sewers, issuing patterns and often fabric kits.

There is a Facebook page called ‘For The Love Of Scrubs’ which can be found by following this link:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1500699350098765/?ref=group_header

This group was formed after identifying a shortage in supply for scrubs to frontline NHS staff during the 2020 COVID-19 Epidemic. This Facebook group is a platform to enable those who are able to, and would like to contribute towards supplying hospitals local to themselves with scrubs for front line workers. Some hospitals in the UK are facing shortfall in scrubs and PPE, this means our nurses are not as safe as they should be. They are aiming to produce 100+ sets of adult nursing scrubs.

Patterns and designs can be accessed via the link below:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1500699350098765/files/

That’s all for now, look after yourselves and please remember we have fantastic welfare officers if you need any help.

Sue Heaton

Secretary NARPO
Chelmsford Branch

NARPO Chelmsford Weekly Update 18 April 2020

NARPO Chelmsford Weekly Update 4 April 2020

NARPO Chelmsford Weekly Update 4 April 2020

NARPO Chelmsford Weekly Update 21 March 2020

Dear Members,

 

Our Branch website is at www.narpo.org/branches/chelmsford
You will find lots of information about the Branch including the latest newsletters and updates as well as details of forthcoming events. You can also link to the main NARPO site which has a wide range of useful information.

Assistance

This has been an extremely difficult period for us all, and I hope you are all remaining safe and staying well. As previously circulated and during this uncertain time please remember we are here to assist you if you feel you need any help, equally if you think you are able to volunteer please email as below and join the list of volunteers who are waiting to be called on if required.

I have done some local volunteering and assisted people with shopping and just calling them for a chat and to check on their welfare and have found it very rewarding.

NARPO Chelmsford Weekly Update 4 April 2020

National Member welfare support during Social Distancing & Self Isolation

Message from Headquarters:

As we know at Head Office you provide a fantastic level of support to your individual members and have your own robust systems in place for doing so, public health crisis or not.

We know the nature of this support may have to change under the current circumstances and the need for help is already increasing as many of our members are in the vulnerable categories and are self-isolating.

We have had some brilliant emails so far from branches letting us know what they have put in place to help those members and we will continue to add submissions to the Branch Knowledge Hub on narpo.org.

In addition to this, I have collated some further ideas and resources (which I know many of you will already be aware of) to help you to support members in this very challenging time.

Online community groups

There are many online community groups for individual localities already on Facebook/Twitter, both at a town/city level and on a smaller village level, as well as those that are springing up which are dedicated to support during this public health crisis. Please consider liking (or joining if the group is private) as many of these as you can find for your branch location if you are on social media. They can serve as an excellent resource for what help is available locally from individuals and businesses.

You might also find this spreadsheet useful which has been put together at a national level and has links to many of the dedicated Covid-19 Facebook support groups across the country. Click here to view the spreadsheet.

Another good local online resource is the ‘in your area’ website – https://www.inyourarea.co.uk/

Local Council websites and social media pages

Keep an eye on these to see what might be happening in terms of the local council services that members may need to access during this time.

Coronavirus – Assistance for Vulnerable members/self Isolation

We are conscious of the fact that some of you may be self- isolating or unwell during this difficult period and may need some help. If anyone needs assistance with shopping/medication collection or anything else then please email Tim Stokes and we will endeavour to find a member living nearby who may be able to assist.

GOV.UK

As most of you will know the GOV.UK site provides all the up to date official advice on all aspects of the pandemic. They have also just launched a Coronavirus information service on WhatsApp.

To use the free GOV.UK Coronavirus Information Service on WhatsApp, simply add 07860 064422 in your phone contacts and then message the word ‘hi’ in a WhatsApp message to get started.

A set of menu options is then presented which the user can choose from and then be sent relevant guidance from GOV.UK pages as well as links to GOV.UK for further information.

Monday 20th April 2020 AGM – Annual General Meeting at HQ Sports Pavillion

Just a reminder if you would like to join this important meeting:

Due to the continuing issues with the coronavirus a decision has been made by the Committee to cancel the AGM in its normal format to safeguard members welfare. The meeting was scheduled to take place at 2000hrs on Monday 20th April 2020, it will still take place at this time but by way of a conference call. If you wish to join the conference call could you please email EssexChelmsford@narpo.org so I can send you an invite with details of how to join the call. If you are intending joining the call and would like a copy of the reports/agenda then please email Brian Ladd membershipsec.narpo.chelmsford@gmail.com

The meeting will be a relatively short meeting to discuss core and urgent business and the agenda will cover:

  1. Adoption of accounts for 2019
  2. Election of the Committee for 2020/21
  3. Any other urgent business

Also if you would like to nominate yourself for any positions on the committee please notify us in advance of this meeting.

NARPO Chelmsford Weekly Update 4 April 2020

Bluelight Wills Update

Please see below update if you use Bluelight Wills:

As we all know the Coronavirus outbreak (Covid-19) is having a significant impact on how businesses are going to operate and I understand the concern that this may cause to you and your colleagues so I thought I would email out some information to keep you abreast about what Bluelight Wills have decided to carry out to enable your colleagues to still use our services.

I usually have meetings face-to-face with potential clients, but with the unfolding situation there will most certainly be an unease of clients wanting to be seen in their homes. This is what we have decided to implement at this moment in time:

  • I am looking to use Zoom and/or WhatsApp video calling; these are both are free services; this will enable me to confirm that the client is who they say they are and have meetings online to talk through their preferences and filling in forms.
  • I am going to be using a secure software such as WeTransfer when clients send through private information and their ID as well as using the post.
    With these measures above, I am looking to keep working with potential clients for as long as I can. However, in the event the situation does change we will notify you and we do email across any additional information to yourselves.

Thank you and stay safe.

Fred Clarke – Baptiste

fred@bluelightwills.co.uk
www.bluelightwills.co.uk
Mobile +44 (0) 7923 421476

Fred Olsen Cruises

Please find attached link regarding updates to Fred Olsen Cruises

Coronavirus – Retired Police Officers – National Guidance

During this national Public Health Emergency, we have received some requests for clarification of NARPO’s position on the use of retired Police officers, on a voluntary basis or potentially re-joining the Police Service in some capacity or as a Police officer.

There has been a suggestion in an article from a former MPS Commissioner, and also from the current Commissioner, that retired police officers could be used in some capacity

NARPO members account for approximately two thirds of all retired Police officers. Our view is that we know that many retired police officers already perform voluntary work for Police Forces throughout the country.

We agree that retired police officers have certain skills and experience which could assist the Police in these extraordinary and difficult times. However, we are also mindful that many of those retired officers will also fall into the vulnerable category because of their age or health. For NARPO, our members’ personal health and well-being is a primary concern.

We are also aware of many local NARPO Branches providing support to their vulnerable Members and our Business Support and Communications is putting together a guide that Branches can use.

Re-joining the Police

There are two ways to re-join the Police Service, either retiring and re-joining in a role which is materially different from that of a Police officer, or re-joining the Police as a Police Officer.

On the former there is information on our website-

Taxation of Pension Entitlement following re-employment

As Regulations stand, if someone wishes to re-join as a Police Officer, the Police pension would be abated i.e. the person would stop receiving it until they retire again from the Police.

The pension would still increase in line with CPI.

There is one Force, and there may be others, which has a scheme for re-joining the Police. However, there is no national guidance, as yet.

There are also some Forces which are asking for volunteers

Members should be directed to their individual Forces, should they wish to find further information on volunteering or re-joining the Police service.

We feel it is for each retired officer to make their own decision whether they wish to volunteer or not, taking into account their own individual circumstances and we would fully support those who wish to volunteer to assist the Police service and help the vulnerable at this challenging time.

Essex Police Position

Situation in Essex is as follows:

    • If you want come back as a fully warranted officer then you will need to go to the below email for corporate recruitment, and I suggest you send this attached application to that address. They will then progress you back or in or not. This only applies to Essex officers, if you are from another force then you would need to go to that force first.( Distances then become the big issue for you I am sure )
    • If as a former officer (any force) or staff and you want to come back to help in any of those roles listed as a volunteer then complete the application and send to; active citizen in box which has more than just me able to see and will not be missed.

There may be mileage later on for volunteers but it’s still a work in progress.

Active Citizen Essex active.citizen@Essex.police.uk
Corporate Recruitment Essex corporate.recruitment.essex@essex.police.uk

Please include somewhere on the return email that “I am happy for Essex Police to hold securely my personal details for the purpose of this crisis”

This will satisfy GDPR regulations

Also include your last collar number if you are a retired officer/support staff

The Essex police website is being updated from what it was showing yesterday and this is probably ahead of that.

Please keep my mobile below as I will try to answer any questions

Thanks again for your offers and all of you and your families stay safe.

Please find application form here

Kindest regards

Chris Heaffey

Volunteers Coordinator
Citizens in Policing
Local Policing Support Unit
Essex Police HQ F Block
Chelmsford
Essex
CM2 6DN
Ext 110010
01245 491491
07715 771091

No.5 Region, South East, Online Voting Results

Update from Keith Bowman, NEC REP. & Regional Secretary:

In respect of our Regional Meetng to be cancelled; the voting requirements were carried out online. I would like to thank all those Branches that participated. I have kept a hard copy of all replies from Branches and these will be retained by me until the next Regional Meeting next year. They are of course open to scrutiny at any time.

Results – No 5 Region NEC Rep. 2020 / 2022

Mr. Ahmed Ramiz. Present NEC Representative. North Sussex Branch. 59 Votes

Mr. Richard (Dickie) Bird, Colchester & NE Essex Branch. 24 Votes

Therefore Ahmed Ramiz is re-elected as NEC Representative.

Reserve to NEC 2020 / 2022

One nomination received. Mr. Richard (Dickie) Bird. Colchester & NE Essex. Present NEC Reserve and therefore remains in post for 2020 / 2022

Scrutineer to Conference 2020.

Only one nomination received. Mr. Chris Freeman, Hampshire (Southampton)

Date of next meeting Saturday, 27th. March, 2021. Leatherhead

Restore Justice Survey

Restore Justice would like our members to participate in their survey on the attitudes to sentencing in England and Wales, the survey can be completed online by following the link below. Please forward on to your members.

https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/RestoreJustice_sentencingsurvey/

Police Memorial Trust

Please see the below request from the Police Memorial Trust:

A very special request for help from The Police Memorial Trust charity. We have placed 50 memorials to fallen police officer across the country, this includes The National Police Memorial. Due to the travel restrictions in place because of the Covid-19 emergency we have regrettably had to suspended our programme of planned inspections of all the memorials for the foreseeable future. For the sake of the fallen officer’s loved ones and colleagues we are asking members of the extended Police Family to help check on the memorials. If you have a memorial in your police area and have reason to pass it during your working day or if you go past one of our memorials whilst you are out on your daily exercise route all we are asking is that you keep an eye on it for us. Please do not make a special journey or go out of your way to visit a memorial. Any floral tributes you see should not be moved unless they have faded and unsightly. If there are cards or notes with the flowers please preserve them for us. For a full list of the memorials and their locations please visit: https://thepolicememorialtrust.org/local-memorials/fallen-officers/

If you have any questions about this request please do not hesitate to contact us. We know this simple act of kindness will mean so much to so many people. Thank you.

Alan Lees

Deputy CEO
+44 (0) 1924 331254
depceo@narpo.org

That’s all for now, look after yourselves and please remember we have fantastic welfare officers if you need any help.

Sue Heaton

Secretary NARPO
Chelmsford Branch

NARPO Chelmsford Weekly Update 4 April 2020

Chelmsford Narpo Coronavirus Support Network

Chelmsford Narpo Coronavirus Support Network

Chelmsford Narpo Coronavirus Support Network

Dear Member,

 

As per my recent email regarding assistance to members can I firstly thank those of you who have already volunteered to help.

If you are in need of any assistance or wish to volunteer in helping us with this very worthwhile cause then please contact Tim Stokes as below.

Click on the graphic to email Tim

Please stay safe during these difficult times and ensure you make use of this valuable resource if needed, do not hesitate to contact us however small you think your problem may be – we are here to help.

Sue

Sue Heaton
Branch Secretary

email: Sue Heaton

Chelmsford Narpo Coronavirus Support