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High Sheriff visits Princess Marina House

PUBLISHED: 01:16 28 March 2011 | UPDATED: 19:06 20 February 2013

High Sheriff visits Princess Marina House

High Sheriff visits Princess Marina House

The High Sheriff of West Sussex, Elizabeth Bennett, made a flying visit to Princess Marina House in Rustington to celebrate the end of her year of office.

The High Sheriff of West Sussex, Elizabeth Bennett, made a flying visit to Princess Marina House in Rustington to celebrate the end of her year of office.
The centre offers short recuperative breaks to serving or retired members of the RAF, their partners and adult dependents.
Mrs Bennett was welcomed by General Manager Shirley Steeples, Group Captain Peter Hobbs, who is Chairman of the Advisory Board, and Sue Lines, Chairman of Rustington Parish Council.
Also on the tour was the Chairman of Arun District Council, Councillor Dudley Wensley and his wife Lorraine, and past chairman Stephen Haymes.
The visitors toured the house including the Beachside unit for mild cognitive impairment and early dementia respite which is scheduled to open in May.
They also met some of the residents and staff.
Princess Marina House is a short break centre run by the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund, the RAFs leading welfare charity.

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