Lady Corder is now the new patron of Autism Guernsey and is keen to get involved and promote awareness of the autism service. She has been busy meeting charities and wants to be more involved. ‘I don’t want to just be a figurehead, I want to see what I can actually do and meet people I wouldn’t normally meet’ said Lady Corder. She feels a personal connection to the charity and hopes she can make a real impact through her work with Autism Guernsey.
The photo below shows Lady Corder having tea and talking to one of Autism Guernsey’s volunteers, Sandra Robillard. Sandra started volunteering for the charity this year, after previously receiving support from our Outreach programme and she welcomes the new patronage.