Christmas cheer for volunteers

Three of our members featured on the front page of a newspaper as Wirral Hospitals thanked its volunteers for their hard work.

Ian Grant, Helen-Louise Šestan-Burton and Steve Evans were snapped enjoying a free lunch courtesy of the NHS Trust.

Ian, Helen and Steve enjoy their free meal

The Wirral News reported how about 600 volunteers support support patients, carers and staff in a variety of roles such as meeting and greeting, assisting patients at mealtimes, chatting to patients with dementia, serving refreshments or working on the two hospital radio stations Arrowe Sound and Radio Clatterbridge.

Read the full article here.

The Wirral News article

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