Westend legend ‘officially’ opens Hargrave House

Ruthie Henshall, our patron and supporter, last week opened
our new home – Hargrave House in Great Baddow,

In a ceremony that saw over 80 supporters, Essex Officials, Patron and Kids Inspire representatives enjoy a vintage afternoon tea, our headquarters was once again venue to a huge celebration!

During the ribbon-cutting ceremony, Ruthie said: “Kids Inspire has made such a huge impact locally, not only is it saving kids’ lives, but they treat the family as well. The amount of children’s lives that have been changed by this charity is incredible and I am proud to be Patron and to shout about the good work Sue and Kids Inspire do.”

Essex County Council, was represented at the ribbon-cutting by Councillor Dick Madden, Cabinet Member for Performance, Business Planning and Partnerships, who said: “In Essex we know the value of early intervention, and as such, we commission Kids Inspire to deliver these services locally – we know the model works.”

Sue, Founder of Kids Inspire, said: “It was heart-warming to welcome so many smiling faces into our new home in Great Baddow this week. We wouldn’t have had this incredible opportunity without our Landlords, Essex County Council, so huge thanks must be credited to them for all their ongoing support.

Thank you to everyone who attended, it was an amazing ceremony and we very much enjoyed celebrating with you.

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