A charity worker from North Wales has been
accused of stealing thousands of pounds from the charity for which
he worked, which had been set up to help victims of abuse.
Messham from Wrexham, was chairperson of the charity North Wales
Abuse Survivors set up in the wake of the North Wales child abuse
group aimed to give help and guidance to abuse victims who gave
evidence at the public inquiry led by Sir Ronald Waterhouse which
looked into the widespread abuse of children in care.
Messham faces five charges
including two of theft amounting to nearly £30,000, two of
false accounting and one of deception. He is due to appear in court