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EXETER CITY COMMUNITY TRUST WIN 2019 EXETER LIVING AWARD

Posted on March 8th 2019 by

Exeter CITY Community Trust are delighted to have won an Exeter Living Award in the health and wellbeing sector. 

The charity, which reaches out to around 45,000 people across the local community, deliver a host of different programmes and initiatives for people of all ages were up against some fantastic finalists in the form of County Chiropractic, EDP Drug and Alcohol Services, Exeter Advanced Dentistry, Health House, The Exeter Travel Clinic and the Nuffield Health Exeter Hospital.

Over the past year we’ve been able to continue to branch out to harder to reach members of the community with our Sporting Memories group continuing to grow in numbers, as well as new initiatives launched with HMP Exeter and a Covenant Fund programme designed to support former service personnel. 

Deputy Head of Community, Danny Harris and Business Development Manager, Stacey Hedge, attended the event to receive the award

Our running events are continuing to reach their full capacity with the Exeter Half-Marathon in February a success over a two-day event, and we’re also looking forward to delivering the Exeter Live Better Marathon, sponsored by Tozers, in May this year as we host a running festival. 

On receiving the award CITY Community Trust’s Chief Executive Officer, Jamie Vittles, said: “We’re delighted to have won an award in the health and wellbeing sector. As a charity our aim is to improve the health and wellbeing of the local community no matter their age or ability.

“The award stands as recognition for the dedication and hard work put in by every member of staff and volunteer that work with the charity. We also recognise that there is a lot more work to be done to improve the health and wellbeing of the community, and with more programmes launched recently, we are looking forward to the next 12 months as we seek to continue growing as a charity and continue to make a positive impact on the community."

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