Samantha Cameron thanks Coalpit Heath charity worker

March 01 2015

The director of the Paul’s Place charity has visited Number 10 Downing Street to be thanked for her work.

Kath Aldom (right) with Luke Hall and Samantha Cameron

The director of the Paul’s Place charity has visited Number 10 Downing Street to be thanked for her work.
Kath Aldom started Paul’s Place in Coalpit Heath in 1995, and it’s grown into a centre of excellence for adults with disabilities. Kath met the Prime Minister’s wife Samantha Cameron and talked about the work she has done in South Gloucestershire.
Kath was awarded an MBE in the 2008 New Year’s Honours list, but had never worn her MBE until her visit to Number 10.
Luke Hall, the Conservative parliamentary candidate for Yate and Thornbury said:
“It was an honour to take Kath to Number 10, the work she does locally is invaluable and it was a huge pleasure to visit Paul’s Place recently to see the work she does first hand. Kath has demonstrated that she doesn’t just run day facilities, but provides a shoulder to cry on, a place to laugh and a second home for so many local people who rely on the support that Paul’s Place provides.”