AN UPDATE on Changing the name – so what’s the game?
We understand from some of our followers that it was difficult to decipher the new Objects of the newly named – Cranleigh Health Trust – so here they are in larger print – so everyone can read them clearly, even if you cannot clearly understand them.
The Charity’s Objects are as follows:
THE CHARITY’S OBJECTS ARE FOR THE RELIEF OF SICKNESS AND FOR THE PROTECTION AND PRESERVATION (No word – OF – here) PUBLIC HEALTH IN CRANLEIGH, SURREY AND THE SURROUNDING AREA WITHIN THE AREA COVERED BY THE WAVERLEY PRIMARY CARE GROUP AND IN SUCH OTHER AREAS AS THE TRUSTEES THINK FIT IN PARTICULAR BY PROVIDING OR ASSISTING IN THE PROVISION (THROUGH THE PURCHASING, LEASING, RUNNING, MAINTAINING OR OTHER INVOLVEMENT) OF A HOSPITAL THERETO IN CRANLEIGH AS A LOCAL HOSPITAL, NURSING HOME, OLD PEOPLE’S HOME, HEALTH CARE AND CLINIC OF ALL KINDS FOR THE PROVISION OF IN PATIENT OR OUT PATIENT, MEDICAL, SOCIAL, DOMESTIC AND OTHER FACILITIES AND EQUIPPING FOR THE RECUPERATION, CARE, ATTENTION, ENTERTAINMENT AND WELLBEING OF THE RESIDENTS OR PATIENTS THEREIN.
There you have it, boys and girls. Hopefully, you will find the above more legible this time.HOWEVER, THERE IS NO MENTION OF THE KITCHEN SINK?
It is also interesting to note:
Changing the name – so what’s the game?
As they say in a marriage – ‘Change the name but not the letters – you change for worse and not for better.”
They are asking:
WHY has CVHT announced – just days after its planning application was refused for a Care Home + community beds – a name change? Does it seriously think it’s going to be a game-changer? If so, they’re doomed to disappointment!
CVHT – CRANLEIGH VILLAGE HOSPITAL TRUST
HAS NOW BECOME
CVHT – CRANLEIGH VILLAGE HEALTH TRUST
We very much doubt the people of Cranleigh and the Eastern Villages care about the so-called charity’s objectives any longer simply because they know it’s no longer a charity but a private enterprise.
Note the new Charitable Objects cater to the new Martini generation – anyone anytime, anywhere! Provided the Trust can hang on to former parish land, and whatever public money is left in its coffers?