Strategy Statement 2003 – 2006
We need a vision, a dream.
Leonard Cheshire (in The Hidden World, 1981)
"The vision should be the oneness, the essential and organic solidarity of the human family. The dream, that we each in our own way make our personal contribution towards building unity and peace among us.
The only question is how. "
Cheshire Ireland published its current strategy statement, Developing Quality – Promoting Choice, in July 2003. This strategy statement covers the 3-year period, 2003 – 2006.
The full Strategy Statement sets out the background to the development of Cheshire Ireland over the last 40 years. It contains information on the creation of the strategy, including details of the feedback received from the extensive consultations which were undertaken with service users, staff, funders and other stakeholders.
The following web pages contain a summary of the strategy and outline the key points, including our strategic objectives to be achieved over the 3-years from 2003 to 2006. The intention of these pages is to give readers a quick overview of how Cheshire Ireland intends to develop as an organisation and also to communicate clearly our current vision and mission. Anyone who would like more detailed information is very welcome to request a copy of the full strategy document . Copies are available from our Central Office or by downloading from our website (see below). You may also download a copy of our summary booklet and a short information presentation on the strategy.
If you have questions or comments relating to our strategy, we are very interested to hear from you. Please contact us.
- Cheshire Ireland: Strategy Statement 2003 - 2006 (.pdf 885kb) (Last Updated: 5/1/2004)
- Strategy Statement - Briefings (.pdf 563kb) (Last Updated: 24/5/2004)