Sheffield Chamber of Commerce commends Graham Moore’s service for Westfield Health

25th November 2020

Commenting on the news that Graham Moore has stepped down as Chairman of Chamber Patron Westfield Health, Head of Policy and Representation, Tom Sutton said:

“Mr Moore has had an exceptional career at Westfield Health over his 35 year service. Colleagues at Sheffield Chamber would like to take the opportunity recognise all of his achievements. Graham has been pivotal in creating the organisation we all know today in the city. A leader in health & wellbeing, not only in the UK, but also internationally.”

“Colleagues past and present within the Chamber would like thank Graham for all the support. Graham is not only an ambassador for the Chamber, he is also an ambassador for the city of Sheffield. His appointment as Honorary President is welcomed so he can continue his charitable work.” 

“We would also like to take this opportunity to extend a warm welcome to Steve Purdham as Graham’s successor. We wish Mr Purdham every success in his new role. We look forward to continuing to work with Westfield Health, as we seek to collectively make Sheffield a better place to live and work.”

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