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THE CARE WORKERS’ CHARITY ANNOUNCE NEW CELEBRITY AMBASSADOR

THE CARE WORKERS’ CHARITY ANNOUNCE NEW CELEBRITY AMBASSADOR

The Care Workers’ Charity have announced that Bill Bellamy has joined the charity as an Ambassador. 

A Cardiff-based actor, more used to treading the boards and the TV lights than a career in social care, is championing his new role as a domiciliary care worker. Bill Bellamy, a founder member of the National Youth Theatre of Wales who trained at the city's Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, described his experience of becoming a care worker in the city during the Covid -19 emergency as "one of the most worthwhile journeys that I have been on for many years."

Executive Director Karolina Gerlich said: “We are very excited to welcome new Ambassadors to The Care Workers’ Charity. Their support has a massive impact on our fundraising and our reach – ensuring we can support even more of our social care heroes in crisis.  We are proud and honoured to have them on board with us. I would like to thank Bill for taking the time to support us and I look forward to working with him.”

Bill commented: “I am delighted to be asked to become an Ambassador for the Charity. Having had the opportunity to see first-hand how hard carers work, it is a pleasure to keep the work of the Care Workers Charity in the public eye. Please follow the Charity and help wherever you can”

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