Jersey charities British-Irish Council meeting invite

Jersey charities have been given the opportunity to put their concerns and recommendations to top British politicians.

The Association of Jersey Charities has been invited to the next meeting of the British-Irish Council.

The council meetings allow politicians to debate how the jurisdictions can work together.

The council includes England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man.

Phillip Callow, the honorary treasurer of the Association of Jersey Charities will be at the meeting next month to put forward views on how voluntary groups can help bind societies.

He is also expected to present recommendations from members on how charities can become part of providing mainstream services.

The administrator of the Association of Jersey Charities has written to members asking them for recommendations to pass on to the government representatives.

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