Grey Gable Surgery Patients’ Trust Fund was founded in March 2019 in order to provide a transparent and accountable organisation for managing the collection and use of donations received by the surgery. According to the Declaration of Trust, the object of the charity is: ‘To relieve sickness and to preserve the health of the patients of Grey Gable Surgery at Inkberrow, Worcestershire by providing or assisting in the provision of equipment, facilities and services not normally provided by the statutory authorities’. The current trustees are: Mr R Browning, Dr D Montford, Mrs B Patrickson, Mrs S Reading, Mr P Skinner and Mrs E Sullivan.
The Trust is raising money at the surgery by collecting donations for second hand books. Should you wish to donate a book, please drop your book in at the surgery’s reception desk.
For further information about the Trust please contact Mrs E Sullivan, Practice Manager.
January 2021 update
Our second hand book shelf has been archived during the Covid-19 pandemic. Nevertheless there were enough funds for the Trust to purchase an awning to protect patients from the weather while waiting for their prescriptions.
The specialist chairs were purchased in early 2020 and were proving popular before quickly being put into store at the start of the pandemic. We very much look forward to the day that we can have our waiting room back to normal.
January 2020 update
Thank you to all who have made donations to our second hand book shelf. We have so far raised an amazing £713. The trustees will be purchasing two specialist waiting room chairs that will be more comfortable for patients with mobility problems. If you have any ideas for purchases that meet the object of the charity, please speak to the receptionist.