The trustee team behind one of Worle’s best-loved buildings has supported Weston Hospicecare’s Comfort & Care appeal by buying a bed for the charity’s in-patient unit.
The appeal aims to raise in excess of £50,000 to replace outdated beds, chairs and mattresses to improve and modernise the care which can be provided to patients.
Last week, Worle Village Club – a trustee group which manages the building currently occupied by Worle Century Club – visited the hospice to present a cheque for £2,682.
That will be enough to buy a specialist bed which will enable patients to take control of their own comfort by easily adjusting their position with electronic handsets.
Club trustees Ian Porter, Terry Tozer and Graham Clark handed over the cheque, and said they were pleased to support Weston Hospicecare after making previous donations to other local causes.
The group has also supported Weston General Hospital, and contributed to schools, churches and sports clubs throughout the area.
If you would like to learn more about Weston Hospicecare’s Comfort & Care Appeal and find out how you can help, visit our appeal page.