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Nurses are now driving round in a second car to further help Hospice @Home patients.
The Ford Kuga was bought thanks to the generosity of the What Women Want fundraisers who also purchased the first vehicle for the service.
Hospice @Home has been an outstanding success since its launch in 2017, with the two cars enabling staff to get out and about more easily.
The latest car – also painted in the light blue Hospice colour -is a hybrid in line with the Hospice’s environmental initiative.
Both cars were supplied at discounted rates by Ford dealers Sidney Jackson and Son, long-standing supporters of the Hospice.
Healthcare assistants Rachel Barker (left) and Elaine Taylor with the new Hospice @Home car.
The charity’s green push includes a new appeal to buy solar panels. It is also reducing its carbon footprint in other ways via its garden and kitchen produce.
The five WWW girls raised £27,000 from a ball at Cranage Hall in November, a total generously match-funded by one of their close friends and benefactors.
Those donations funded the latest car and decoration of a lounge for patients and families.
Hospice @Home manager Tess Cleaver: “We can’t thank the What Women Want group enough for yet another amazing donation.
“With two cars, both kindly funded by the group, we can reach more patients more easily and that makes a huge difference to us.
“We cover such a wide geographical area in East Cheshire and moving between homes can be quite complex, but this extra car simplifies our task. We’re extremely grateful.”Back to all news