Latest news of Errol Valentine
As I believe all are aware, Errol Valentine has been very unwell. He suffered a stroke in July and has been in the Princess Royal University Hospital in Farnborough receiving treatment since then. I regret that he has not responded as well as one would have hoped and the future at the moment is bleak. It is highly unlikely that he will be able to return home to care for himself and he is going to have to take up a place in a Residential Home and to receive such care for the rest of his life.
Errol has worked tirelessly for the League for longer than any of us can remember and I am setting up a fund to receive donations as a mark of our enormous gratitude to him and to help in his future care.
I am extremely grateful to all in anticipation of your assistance.
Tony Bentley, Chairman
I am sorry to have to inform all member Clubs that Errol Valentine has been admitted to hospital for tests on which results are awaited. He will be unable to undertake his extensive duties for the League for the foreseeable future so please do not contact his email address or his telephone numbers. I am sure that we are unanimous in wishing him a speedy recovery.
Please continue to address any other issues as follows:
I would be most grateful if you would endeavour not to burden any of the League’s officers at this difficult time unless it is absolutely necessary.
Tony Bentley, Chairman
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