The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Stephen O'Brien: July 2015
Message from The Rt. Hon. Stephen O'Brien
"Of significance in my sixteen years of service as Eddisbury MP, was the strength and inspiration I gained from the spirit, vibrancy, cohesion, energy and enterprise of everyone in Tattenhall. I was always more than impressed with the way in which the entire community came together and collectively looked out for each other. This is a rare and magic ingredient which sustains the very best future for Tattenhall residents and businesses alike. It is the very essence of what is best in our villages across SW Cheshire. Broadcasting these qualities and keeping them 'live' through 'Tattenhall Online', is a brilliant way in which to benefit the local community as well as connecting with a much wider audience.
Now that I have moved to my new role as UN Under Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs & Emergency Relief Coordinator, I know that I'll be able to follow, with affection, all that is going on in Tattenhall not only from the UN's HQ in New York but from anywhere in the world where I'm seeking to coordinate the delivery of the world's humanitarian response to natural disasters, emergencies, and terrible conflicts."
The Rt. Hon. Stephen O'Brien
MP for Eddisbury 1999-2015
UN Under Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs & Emergency Relief Coordinator
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