The High Sheriff of Shropshire

The High Sheriff of Shropshire

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David Stacey, High Sheriff of Shropshire 2015-16

Age UK

The High Sheriff spent the afternoon with Anne Wignall (Chair) and Hilary Knight (Deputy Chief Executive) of Age UK Shrewsbury, Telford and Wrekin. He learnt about the work of the charity and discussed ideas that the Sheriff could support during his year of office.

Ludlow Charity Race

Annabel and I attended the Ludlow Charity Race day as guests of HM Lord-Lieutenant of Shropshire, Sir Algernon Heber-Percy, and Lady Heber-Percy.   The event was in aid of the Oswestry Hospital Bone Cancer Appeal.

Victim Support

I met with Jean Garner at Victim Support in Shrewsbury and learnt more about the work that they do.

Battlefield Energy Recovery Centre

Accompanied by the previous High Sheriff Robert Bland and Mrs Bland, Annabel and I visited the Battlefield Energy Recovery Centre. The tour was led Donald Macphail (Regional Director – Midlands), supported by Steve Mitchell (Director – Midlands/West), Simon Ganley (ERF Plant Manager) and Hilary Hampton (Communications and Education Manager). The scale and sophistication of the… :—-> Read Full Article Here


I met with Nick Blackbourn, a Shrewsbury solicitor, to learn more about his past work in Kenya with Tearfund and plans for a further trip this year with 13 members of the Barnabas Community Church in Shrewsbury. I was particularly impressed by the three 18 year olds and a 21 year old student who are… :—-> Read Full Article Here

Age UK

I attended the offices of Age UK in Shrewsbury where I introduced my friend and business partner Milfid Ellis who delivered two pro bono communication coaching workshops for Age UK team members.

New High Sheriff of Shropshire

The Ceremony to install David Stacey as the new High Sheriff of Shropshire in the presence of Mr Timothy Cook JP, was held at Holy Trinity Church, Hope, on 27th March. Her Honour Judge Stacey, the sister of the Sheriff, gave the address.