Rosemere Cancer Centre’s in-patient ward at Royal Preston Hospital has recently received £377 worth of mugs after Rosemere Cancer Foundation, the centre’s charity, bought 108 new mugs.Advertisement
The mugs are emblazoned with its name and the ward’s name and were bought at the request of staff, who explained they often had nothing to serve drinks in as their mug supply was forever dwindling on its return from the hospital kitchen’s dishwasher.
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Dan Hill, Rosemere Cancer Foundation’s chief officer, said: “A mug may not be a piece of hi-tech equipment but it’s certainly vital for ensuring the ward’s housekeeping staff can keep up with the demand for drinks from patients, staff
“Keeping well hydrated is essential to health and comfort.
“By branding them with our name and logo and the ward’s name, we hope it will mean the kitchen staff will send them all back and I’d like to thank Leyland business gift company Ad Options Ltd, a longtime supporter, for its help.”
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