Community Activist Thanked For Her Work In Wimbledon

She has worked at William Morris House for more than 40 years

For more than 40 years, local community activist Christine Bickerstaff has worked to support and promote the work of William Morris House, the Labour & Community Meeting Rooms in central Wimbledon.

Now Christine has decided to stand down from the Management Committee.

She was thanked at the Annual General Meeting of William Morris House, where she was presented with flowers and an engraved watercolour of William Morris House by local artist, Tony Kane.

Speaking on behalf of the Management Committee, Brenda Grant, who has taken over as Treasurer from Christine, said she would be “a hard act to follow”.

Christine has worked tirelessly giving her time and expertise to keep the house running. Over 30 local organisations meet at William Morris House on The Broadway, covering a range of diverse activities including art, drama, keep fit, dance and a range of self-help groups.

June 1, 2016

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Brenda Grant (Treasurer); Christine Bickerstaff; Paul Parkinson (Secretary)