West Moors Town Council hear from King Charles III

West Moors Town Council hear from King Charles III

West Moors Town Council were absolutely delighted to receive word from His Majesty King Charles III at the end of January, after sending the royal family a letter back in May last year.  The Letter to the new King and Queen shared news of the ‘Big Help Out’ initiative in West Moor.  The West Moors Litter heroes carried out a very successful litter pick, with 40 people coming out to help on a Bank Holiday Monday, in the rain!

Letter From Head of Royal Correspondence 30.01.24
The Council felt that they should acknowledgement their wonderful volunteers, and received photos and a press release to spread the word. 

The Town Council received a letter from Buckingham Palace, and also a lovely card, which featured a photo of The King and Queen Camilla.

The acknowledgement letter reads, “The King has asked me to thank you for your kind letter, in which you shared a little about the commendable voluntary efforts of the local community during the Coronation ‘Big Help Out’ initiative.
His Majesty was interested to learn of the success of your local litter pick, and greatly appreciated the efforts of all the volunteers who were involved.”

Receiving “warmest good wishes and enormous gratitude”, from His Majesty King Charles III, is an amazing experience for West Moors Town Council, and it would not be so, without the opportunity given, to boast of our wonderful volunteers, which we are exceptionally proud of, for all the time they give to this community.

A West Moors Town Council representative commented on West Moors volunteers, “They are the glue that holds this community together, making it a better place to live.”

HRH Card to accompany letter 30.01.24 front pageHRH card to accompany letter 30.01.24 Inside page



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