Dear Tameside Borough Council,

Please may I have a breakdown of donations made to or in proxy for Kiagware Hospital / Margaret Oldham Hospital in Kenya.

Please could you tell me if there is any further spending committed to this charity.

Yours faithfully,

Liam Billington

Dear Tameside Borough Council,

I was due a response on the third of September, yet again I have a "delayed" response.

Please may you acknowledge this request.

Yours faithfully,

Liam Billington

Paul Turner, Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council

Dear Mr Billington

It appears that the Council has never received this request which
has just come to my attention

The answer to your query is to be found in information on reports
to the Council's Executive Cabinet which are on the website:

http://www.tameside.gov.uk/executivecabi...

http://www.tameside.gov.uk/executivecabi...

If these do not answer your request please let me know either via
this site or by direct email and I will record a request under the
Freedom of Information Act 2000 for you. It may assist you to know
that the Council's practice is to acknowledge requests immediately
upon receipt.

Paul Turner

Deputy Borough Solicitor

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