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STOKE HOSPICE GETS A HELPING HAND FROM RECTICEL INSULATION EMPLOYEES
 

The Douglas Macmillan Hospice has received £1,000 from staff at Recticel Insulation.

 

A Stoke on Trent hospice close to Recticel Insulationís state-of-the-art UK production facility is £1,000 better off thanks to a donation by employees of the manufacturer.

 

 

The Douglas Macmillan Hospice, which has cared for people in North Staffordshire from its base in Blurton, for more than 40 years, was presented with a cheque for that amount by the townís Lord Mayor Coun Jean Bowers during a recent visit to the factory on Enterprise Way, Whittle Road, Meir Park, Stoke on Trent.

 

Accompanied by Lady Mayoress Coun Sabrina Bowers, she presented the cheque to the hospiceís Alex Ward Brassington in the presence of Recticelís commercial director Kevin Bohea and plant manager Simon Harrison.

 

Kevin said: “The hospice needs to raise in excess of £11 million this year to maintain and develop its services and with 75% of the money raised coming from voluntary donations our colleagues were delighted to be able to do their bit to help by donating part of their company Christmas present.”

 

ENDS

 

Pictured from left: Simon Harrison, Coun Sabrina Bowers, Coun Jean Bowers, Alex Ward Brassington and Kevin Bohea.

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