Councillors’ £1,000 boost for Peak charity

Glossopdale county councillors Dave Wilcox, Ellie Wilcox and Damien Greenhalgh hand over their cheque to chair of High Peak Women's Aid, Linda Rundle, and Service Manager Pam Whittle.
Glossopdale county councillors Dave Wilcox, Ellie Wilcox and Damien Greenhalgh hand over their cheque to chair of High Peak Women's Aid, Linda Rundle, and Service Manager Pam Whittle.
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Three Glossopdale councillors have boosted the coffers of a charity which supports victims of domestic abuse.

High Peak Women’s Aid has been awarded £1,000 by Derbyshire county councillors Damien Greenhalgh, Ellie Wilcox and Dave Wilcox from their community leadership funds.

The money will be used to help the Glossop-based charity move to more suitable accommodation.

Sevice manager Pam Whittle said: “The money will help us relocate, which will make a huge difference to the way we are able to deliver our vital services for women, men and children experiencing domestic abuse and help us produce positive outcomes for them.”

The councillors are pictured presenting their cheque to chair of High Peak Women’s Aid, Linda Rundle, and Pam Whittle.