St Ann's Hospice IGT ESV Day

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Thanks to enthusiastic employees from IGT, the gardens and children’s play area at St. Ann’s Hospice were given a makeover.

On Wednesday 19th August 2015 the team worked tirelessly weeding, clearing and pruning three garden areas. They also did a great job of sanding and painting benches that were in need of restoring.

After a sunny start to the day, the afternoon brought rain showers however, far from dampening the team spirit everyone carried on determined to see the tasks completed.

IGT volunteers take a break   IGT volunteers at work

The gardens are an important feature of Hospices, providing a comforting, tranquil and reflective space used by patients, families, staff and visitors. After a hard day’s work the team left with the satisfaction that their time had made a great difference to this charity and their help was very much appreciated.

Alison Gilbody, Director of Income Generation and Communication at St Ann’s said: 

“We’re so grateful to the volunteers for the brilliant work they have done in the garden. They’ve done a brilliant job and it really will make a huge difference to our patients and their families and loved ones."

IGT volunteers with certificates   IGT volunteer weeding

“As a charity we simply couldn’t operate without the kind support of volunteers like the ones from IGT – they save us hundreds of thousands of pounds every year in staff costs and we couldn’t afford to continue running the hospice without them. A huge thank you from everyone at St Ann’s."

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