are a political party resident
in the Wyre Forest area of
At our recnent Bi-Annual General Meeting and ‘Party Conference’, which took place at the ICHC Office, Comberton Hill,
we welcomed two new members, both elected to councils within Wyre Forest – and now ICHC members.
The party was congratulated on its continued successes (unlike UKIP, Brexit Party and Change UK).
Reports were received, targets set, and fund-raising activities planned. Membership subscriptions are now due – reminders will be sent.
Refreshments were provided after business was concluded and a merry time was had by all .. we’re a Party that knows how to party.
We have taken best medical advice (that of Dr. Taylor)and will be suspending formal gatherings for the immediate future. The next scheduled Executive committee meeting will be changed to a circulation of ‘mini-reports’, on-line, from the Secretary. News regarding our next Members’ meeting in due course.
Life President Dr. Richard Taylor MBE
Chairman Harry Grove
Vice-Chairman Peter Young
Treasurer & Membership Secretary Keith Robertson
Secretary Kathleen Hill
Election Agent Peter Young
Election Agent Gerald Wheeler
The above Officers together with representatives from other bodies to which ICHC has been elected, together with any co-opted personnel!
The background to Health Concern
The party’s original name was ‘Health Concern’ and most people in the Wyre Forest area refer to it by that name. The party was formed as a result of general public disquiet and unrest following the decision to close the Kidderminster Hospital – one of three within the Worcestershire NHS (Acute) structure (Worcester City’s ‘Worcester Royal’ and Redditch’s ‘Alexandra’ being the others).Such was the public concern that street processions and protests were held. At the next General Election the constituency MP, David Locke, a Junior Minister in the Labour government, lost his seat to Dr. Richard Taylor, a Consultant Specialist at Kidderminster Hospital. Standing as an Independent MP, Dr. Taylor enjoyed two full terms (10 years) representing Wyre Forest in the House of Commons and health issues in general while sitting on the Health Select Committee. He now heads Independent Community and Health Concern as well as providing help and guidance to other political groups concerned about health issues within the UK.
Dr. Taylor’s memoires are also being developed and will appear here