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Preston hospital’s Children’s Appeal benefits from Chorley construction firm donation

Posted on - 2nd July, 2021 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Charities, Fulwood, Health, Preston News
D and G Builders donated £1,500 to the Children’s Appeal

A Chorley construction firm has donated £1,500 to the Lancashire Teaching Hospital Charity’s £1 million Children’s Appeal.

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The contribution, made by D and G Builders, follows a £902 donation raised by the company, its suppliers and clients, to purchase gifts and play items from the charity’s Amazon wish list.

The Children’s Appeal aims to make the children’s wards, outpatients and other paediatric treatment areas at Royal Preston Hospital less intimidating for the 10,000 babies and young people, aged from one day to 19 years, who attend for check-ups and treatment annually.

Read more: Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Charity launch first ever Children’s Appeal to benefit Royal Preston Hospital

Fundraising Manager Roya Armstrong said: “We are extremely grateful to all at D and G Builders plus its suppliers and clients for thinking of us.

“Even though we only launched the appeal a couple of weeks ago, we are already at £35,000, which is a testament to the wonderful generosity of our local community.”

Read more: Charlie’s Convoy gets wheels in motion for Lancashire Teaching Hospital Charity’s Children’s Appeal

The money raised will be used to pay for a seaside-themed decorative makeover, virtual sky ceiling panels, air conditioning, reclining chairs for parent sleep-overs, new lifts and hoists, a new mental health suite, and play equipment.

It will also fund a parent break-out zone, including a fully kitted kitchen and dining area.

To find out more about the Children’s Appeal, visit the Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Charity website.



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