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The Mayor of Dudley, Councillor Alan Taylor, has named three charities that he will support in his Mayoral year.

Mayor of Dudley's charities 2018/19:

Headway Black Country aims to supports people and family members coping with an acquired brain injury. They provide information and support, as well as a specialist brain injury rehabilitation service.

White House Cancer Support is a charity providing practical help, emotional support and information to people with cancer (as well as their families, friends and carer) who live and work in Dudley borough and the surrounding areas of the Black Country.

The Hope Centre, Halesowen is a non-profit organisation dedicated to charity work, providing a place where people can access activities and to assist all by supporting, befriending and serving in whatever way possible to alleviate distress, poverty and loneliness.

Councillor Alan Taylor, Mayor of Dudley, said:

“It’s a real honour to be chosen to serve as Mayor of Dudley and it’s a role Win and I feel privileged to take on.
“We’re looking forward to supporting my three charities and are really keen to work with local businesses and organisations to raise as much money as we can for these and other charitable causes.”

Councillor Taylor's wife Winifred as Mayoress will accompany him on civic visits and fly the flag for the borough.

People can follow the Mayor on his civic engagements or share news about his charity fundraising on twitter via @DudleyMayor

Castle & Crystal Credit Union have provided the Mayor of Dudley's charities with a deposit-only account for all charity funds. These funds will be allocated to all three charities at the end of the mayoral year 2018/19.

Charity No: 1002257

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