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£1,000 boost for hospital’s games area appeal

PUBLISHED: 15:21 16 July 2018 | UPDATED: 15:21 16 July 2018

Gordon Bush (right) presents a �1,000 cheque towards the cost of a multi-use games area to NSFT Chief Executive Antek Lejk. Photo: NSFT

Gordon Bush (right) presents a �1,000 cheque towards the cost of a multi-use games area to NSFT Chief Executive Antek Lejk. Photo: NSFT

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An appeal to raise £25,000 for a multi-use games area at Helledson Hospital has been given a significant boost.

NSFT staff join in the Wild West theme of the summer fete: (from left to right) matrons Charlie Loades, Gemma Lawrence, Heidi McKay and clinical support worker Kirsty Loftus. Photo: NSFTNSFT staff join in the Wild West theme of the summer fete: (from left to right) matrons Charlie Loades, Gemma Lawrence, Heidi McKay and clinical support worker Kirsty Loftus. Photo: NSFT

A cheque for £1,000 from a charitable trust with links to a Norwich manufacturer was handed over on Saturday during the hospital’s annual summer fete, which had a Wild West theme.

Gordon Bush, engineering manager of Heatrae Sadia in Hurricane Way, Norwich, presented the cheque on behalf of the Baxi Heating Charitable Trust to Antek Lejk, chief executive of the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT).

Maureen Tallis, manager of the Baxi Heating Charitable Trust, said: “We are delighted to support NSFT with a £1,000 donation towards the multi-use games area for Hellesdon Hospital.

“This worthwhile cause fits with the ethos of our trust, which aims to support local community projects, particularly those which promote education and mental and physical wellbeing.”


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