Service Users with Alison McGovern, MP for Wirral South.
Wirral Autistic Society welcomed Alison McGovern, Labour M.P. for Wirral South, at the Wirral Centre for Autism where she was entertained by a presentation of animations and illustrations by the Community and Vocational Service (CVS) and then a short carol service, including Jingle Bells, by our performing arts class.
Service user Ken Scott, presents Alison McGovern (MP for Wirral South) with a pot of winter pansies.
Later the M.P., who sits on the Steering Committee regarding the Port Sunlight River Park, visited Bromborough Pool Garden Centre, where she was presented with a pot of winter pansies by service user Ken Scott. She also discussed the work of our Children and Family Service, a subject that she was very knowledgeable on and hugely supportive of the work that we do, with the Society’s Chief Executive, Robin Bush.
L to R: John Battersby – Chairman, Alison McGovern – MP for Wirral South, Terry Usher – Quality and Development Manager – CVS, Ken Scott – Service User and Robin Bush – Chief Executive – Wirral Autistic Society
Robin said “It was great to see one of our local M.P.’s supporting the range of services that Wirral Autistic Society offer and to hear her encouraging attitude to the help and support that the Children and Family Service have developed in the community.”