SHAC Welcomes New Charity Manager

Here at Surrey Heath Age Concern, everyone would to extend a very warm welcome to our new Charity Manager, Tracy Hiney. Tracy recently took over as our charity manager, she is very keen to take SHAC into a bright and exciting new future, but will still be running all your favourite services. The Rainbow Café, Tea & Chatter, Tea & Memories and our Visiting & Befriending service all continue to go from strength-to-strength!

Since joining SHAC, Tracy has been busy learning the ropes, enjoying getting to know everyone in our SHAC family, meeting our amazing volunteers and making sure that everyone is happy. Many of you out there will have had the pleasure of meeting her already, for anyone who has not, I know she is looking forward to meeting you all in the very near future!

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