• Savannah Mayo

One Year

Updated: Mar 30

A year has passed since the country came to a standstill, the sadness and the loss has undoubtedly brought all of us together. It is time to reflect on the past and be thankful to all those who have given so much.

The time and effort that has been used to save lives, to ensure the correct information was being circulated, the number of questions answered and the hope that has been given is immense. As we move forward as a country, as a city we come together to make the changes that are needed to build a fairer society with the hope that one day we can all stand in the same room together.

We thank the efforts and support given over the past twelve months to those who needed it the most.

Jane Ginniver, Accountable Care Partnership

Rev Suzanne Nockels (Sheffield Congregational Churches)

Abdool Gooljar, Islamic Society of Britain

Pauline Williams, iHV Fellow

Gulnaz Hussain, Firvale Community Hub

Venerable Malcolm Chamberlain

Revd Gareth Jones, Interfaith Adviser to the Sheffield Methodist District

Linda Gascoyne, South Yorkshire Chaplaincy and Listening Services

Halima Mohamed, The African Women's Health Group

David Bussue, SACHMA

SACHMA Team

The Rt Revd Ralph Heskett, Bishop of Hallam

Rev. Dr C. A. Strine, Bishop’s Advisor for Inter-Faith Affairs

The Rt Revd Dr Pete Wilcox, Bishop of Sheffield

Helen Mulholland, CCG

Rev Debora Marschner, Methodist Minister

Nighat Basharat- TSY- Thalassaemia South Yorkshire

Helena Roulston, Coordinating Chaplain at Sheffield Hallam University

Saeed Brasab, Unity Gym Project

Marjorie Skidmore, St Mathews

Rev Gail Hunt, Methodist

Tanya Basharat , Chief Executive Officer, ShipShape Health & Wellbeing Centre

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