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What Our Trustees Say

“Coroners are under-resourced and the service that the CCSS provides to many of us is of great help to coroners and to the families and others who attend our courts. In the current economic climate things are not likely soon to improve, so the service of the CCSS Volunteers will be much needed and most welcome.”

“For anyone who has to attend an Inquest, the volunteers from the  CCSS will help them through what is a really difficult time in their lives.”
Maggie Frost
“I have followed the work of the CCSS since 2005 and was delighted to be asked to become a Trustee. Losing a loved one through a sudden death is traumatic and this is intensified by the requirements of an inquest. The CCSS  offers crucial support from dedicated and trained volunteers a this difficult time.”
Rosie Murray

“It was breath-taking to hear of the astonishing dedication of the CCSS Volunteers – every week of the year, across so many Coroners’ Courts. This seems at the very heart of the Big Society the coalition government is promoting. In fact, it might just set a benchmark.”
Hugo Peel (Retired member)

“From my position as Westminster Coroner, I have seen very much improved personal care in spite of continuing cuts in staff and resources.  Not for only bereaved families - but also the witnesses, the police and emergency service personnel, and the lawyers who attend.”
Dr Paul Knapman (Retired Chair)

“Our continued aim is to ensure the CCSS services are in every coroner's court, providing support and comfort for those bereaved families and witnesses.”
Roey Burden

“It is wonderful to be part of something that is genuinely rewarding in helping others through a difficult time.”
Rashid Teladia 

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