New role for JP

PUBLISHED: 16:02 27 August 2008 | UPDATED: 15:12 25 August 2010

A MAGISTRATE has been appointed as a non-executive director of a care trust.

A MAGISTRATE has been appointed as a non-executive director of a care trust.

Sue Gower, 48, from Welling, who has been a magistrate for eight years, was appointed to Bexley Care Trust, on August 1.

She has worked for Bexley Voluntary Services Council (BVSC) and currently works for the council as an Information Sharing and Common Assessment Framework Co-ordinator.

The former governor of Belmont Primary School, Erith, will be paid £7,765 a year for her new role, which ends in July 2012.

Ms Gower, who has a disabled son, was also chair of a support group for disabled adults and children, Bexley Crossroad Care, for five years.


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