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Former Bournemouth councillor Phil Carey elected at the age of 91
5:00pm Tuesday 16th October 2012 in Latest
A FORMER Bournemouth councillor has been elected a public governor for Dorset HealthCare NHS Trust – at the age of 91.
Phil Carey, pictured, who lives in Southbourne, is also a volunteer at Poole Lighthouse and involved in many other local organisations including the Salvation Army.
He is one of six public governors in Bournemouth and will hold his post for three years. He is also a former Bournemouth hospital governor.
Phil told the Daily Echo: “I enjoy meeting new people and look forward to once again being able to serve the local community. It is a great honour.”
Among those who congratulated Phil, one of two newly elected governors, were Jonathan Walsh, chair of the Board of Directors and Council of Governors.