The Order of St John welcomed 20 new individuals into the Priory for Wales this week. These individuals have shown significant commitment to the work and values of the Order of St John.
New appointments to the Priory for Wales have been sanctioned by His Majesty the King, these individuals are being commended for working towards the Order’s wider objective; to promote physical, mental and spiritual health and resilience in the community.
Promotions in, and Admissions to, the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem:
Croesawodd Urdd Sant Ioan 20 o unigolion newydd i’r Priordy Cymru yr wythnos hon. Mae'r unigolion hyn wedi dangos ymrwymiad sylweddol i waith a gwerthoedd Urdd Sant Ioan.
Mae penodiadau newydd i’r Priordy Cymru wedi’u cymeradwyo gan Ei Fawrhydi’r Brenin, mae’r unigolion hyn yn cael eu canmol am weithio tuag at amcan ehangach y Gorchymyn; hybu iechyd a gwydnwch corfforol, meddyliol ac ysbrydol yn y gymuned.
Dyrchafiadau yn, a Derbyniadau i, Urdd Hybarch Ysbyty Sant Ioan Jerwsalem:
AS COMMANDER/FEL CADLYWYDD
Dr Dale CARTWRIGHT DL
AS OFFICER/ FEL SWYDDOG
AS MEMBER/FEL AELOD
Lee BROOKS QAM
Dr Aled DAVIES
Dr Anthony DEW
The Order is a working Order of Chivalry of the British Crown. It delivers first aid, healthcare and supports services around the world. It’s work is underpinned by the motto “Pro Fide and Pro Utilitate Hominum” (For the Faith and in the Service of Humanity). This motto inspires the work that St John Ambulance Cymru does in the communities of Wales.
The Prior for Wales and the rest of St John Ambulance Cymru want to send our warmest congratulations to all those who have been recently been recognised by the Order.