Morecambe men's club help furnish hospice

The In-Patient Unit at St John's Hospice in Lancaster will receive new furniture thanks to Morecambe Men's Club.

By The Newsroom
Wednesday, 15th February 2017, 2:00 pm
Updated Tuesday, 28th February 2017, 12:05 pm
From left, Helen Soutar Grants Officer at SJH, Fred Schofield Chairman MMC, Debbie McCann Nurse, Michael Corless Treasurer MMC, Nicola Adams, Nurse. Seated left to right: Barry Wood, George Bateman and Stuart Baines. MMC members.
From left, Helen Soutar Grants Officer at SJH, Fred Schofield Chairman MMC, Debbie McCann Nurse, Michael Corless Treasurer MMC, Nicola Adams, Nurse. Seated left to right: Barry Wood, George Bateman and Stuart Baines. MMC members.

A grant of more than £400 has been approved by the club to buy a dining table and chairs for the unit at the Slyne Road hospice.

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In the past the club have funded a new greenhouse, fruit cages and edging for the paths in the fruit and vegetable garden. All of which has helped volunteer gardeners to produce more and better quality fruit, vegetables and salad which is used to provide fresh meals for patients.

“We are so grateful for the support of the Morecambe Men’s Club,” said Helen Soutar, of the hospice.