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Lord Victor Adebowale visits headquarters of Lichfield-based business

A Lichfield-based business has been visited by Lord Victor Adebowale.

Corporate services executive David Grady, Lord Victor Adebowale, society president Elaine Dean and society secretary Jim Watts

Corporate services executive David Grady, Lord Victor Adebowale, society president Elaine Dean and society secretary Jim Watts

The chief executive of the social enterprise Turning Point Health and Social Care visited Central England Co-operative to find out more about the company’s community work and efforts to support local food banks.

Lord Adebowale – who has advised governments on issues such as mental health and the voluntary sector – was taken around the company’s headquarters on Eastern Avenue by chief executive Martyn Cheatle.

Mr Cheatle said: “We were delighted to extend an invitation to Lord Adebowale to visit us.

“Central England Co-operative is one of the largest and most successful independent co-operative societies and we are always proud to showcase our work to honoured guests such as Lord Adebowale.”

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