Dinah Washington’s What a difference a day makes:
What a difference a change could make
Just five little letters
It might bring back the sun and the favour
Where there used to be rain
Our yesterday was blue, dear villagers, without you
Today we’re a part of you,
Our lonely days are through, dear villagers
Soon you might just be ours
Lord, what a difference a name makes
There’s now a rainbow before us
Skies above can’t be stormy
Since that moment of bliss
That thrilling idea
It’s heaven when you
Find a trick up your sleeve
What a difference a name change might make
All the difference to us!
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 for a Care Home + community beds was refused – a name change? Do they 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
Do the Trustees – like Jeremy Corbyn & John McDonnell – think that local residents are daft? Do they really think they can continue to bamboozle them? If so they are living in a bubble bigger than the Westminster bubble that failed to predict the recent political earthquake!
Apparently, the Trustees have also changed their charitable objectives, according to the Charities’ Commission website:
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.
Here are the original Objects…
Here are the new Objects, if you can Adam and Eve it, published on the Charity’s website. Note: In the area of the Primary Care Group. A group soon to become Surrey Heartlands Trust. Also note the new Charitable Objects cater for anyone and everyone, for anything and everything, – just so long as it can hang onto the land and the public’s money?