Compton Hospice Donation

As a result of the Club’s Christmas fund raising Tettenhall Rotary have been pleased to donate three thousand pounds towards Compton Hospice’s Capital Appeal fund.

This is an exciting but challenging time for the Hospice as they start work on a major £3.5 million refurbishment project which will see shared bedrooms and communal bathrooms replaced with single en-suite rooms for all of its in-patients. Therapy and consultation rooms will also be refurbished to enable the Hospice to offer greater privacy, dignity and choice for those in need of their services and to help move nearer to their aim of making the hospice a true home-from-home.

Compton Hospice focuses not only on patients medical and physical needs but also on their psychological, emotional and spiritual well being. The works funded by the contribution of the the Club and the thousands in Wolverhampton who regularly support its work will allow the Hospice to provide patients with the facilities and care which they so desperately need at this time.

Our grateful thanks go to all in the Wolverhampton who supported our Christmas Carol Concert and Sleigh collections and in particular to David Gregory, Manager of Sainsbury’s in Perton, and to James Martin, Dealer Principal of Stratsone Jaguar in Wolverhampton.

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