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Trust news 2013

December 2013


We've moved our publication sales and distribution to Amazon to reduce our overheads and streamline the operational side of CWT.


Philippa Burge was elected Chair in September 2013, to replace Juliet Walker. Juliet continues her involvement in the Trust as a Trustee.

We are pleased to welcome Steve Diaz as the Treasurer. He was a banker for many years and more recently has been involved in information technologies for financial markets.

CWT Administration

Pauline Styles no longer provides administrative duties. We thank her warmly for her work over the many years she has been involved in the Trust.

January 2013


We are moving away from printed material to more easily updated and downloadable PDFs. Printing and storage is costly, and we are trying to reduce overheads whilst still providing authoritative reports and training materials. Eating well for Adults: Balanced meals photo resource 2012 is our versatile CD ROM guide for those working with groups with eating difficulties, in catering and other outlets. It contains over 100 nutritionally balanced recipes that can easily be adapted for your own needs.


We have recently received news of a generous legacy for which we are extremely grateful. Needless to say, donations and legacies are most gladly received. We are grateful to all our supporters.


Dr Oliver Gillie retired at our last Trustee meeting. Oliver has been a long-standing member of the Trust, and vice-chair since 2005. Although retiring from CWT, Oliver is still actively campaigning on Vitamin D. We thank him warmly for his work for CWT and wish him every success. Philippa Burge and Jillian Pitt were elected joint vice-chairs to replace Oliver.

We are pleased to welcome Shaleen Meelu as a new Trustee. Shaleen was a public health programme manager at Sandwell PCT before launching Healthy Futures in 2009. She has experience in developing and delivering a range of nutrition, food and health programmes in a variety of settings and with diverse groups.