Rhodes quits Coram after top-level row

The chief executive of Coram Family has resigned after less than 18 months in the job after a row with the charity’s governors.

Honor Rhodes, who has headed the children’s charity since March 2005, said she was leaving because of a “divergence of opinion” with its governors over its future direction.

Rhodes, previously a director at the Family Welfare Association, said she had been “very happy” at Coram and had the “highest regard” for its work.

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