For those who want to stay safe and look stylish while supporting a life-changing local charity, Bluebell Wood & Weston Park have the answer with their limited edition reusable face coverings. The charities have launched two special face coverings to help keep people safe while raising much needed funds to help local children and families make precious memories in the time they have together.
“Our fabulous face masks are the perfect way to make a statement while proudly showing your support for a local charity,” said Madeleine Oldale, Head of Communications at Bluebell Wood. “The limited edition masks really do look fantastic and, as well and helping you and those around you stay safe, each one you buy will help us support local families at a time they need us more than ever.”
Retailing at £4, the masks are available at Bluebell Wood’s online shop https://www.bluebellwood.org/shop and are also on sale at Meadowhall shopping centre’s three customer service desks.
This is Isabel Her cousins Imogen and Mia recently took part in the 2.6 challenge to raise money for Bluebell Wood, and now she had got involved too. Isabel, who has epilepsy, mobility issues and other disabilities has collected 26 twigs, flowers, feathers and other natural objects as part of her daily exercise, to raise funds for Bluebell Wood. She's very creatively made a house with the objects So far, she has raised a brilliant £55 and counting. This is such a lovely story, and we're so grateful for Isabel's efforts! #charity #fundraising #goodcause #challenge #charitychallenge #children #inspiration
The washable and reusable face coverings are adjustable, comfortable, breathable and the elastic ear loops mean one size fits all.
“Whether you’d like one for yourself, loved ones, friends or colleagues, we’d recommend getting in fast as there are only limited numbers available,” Madeleine added.
Each covering bought will help Bluebell Wood & Weston Park support families across South Yorkshire, North Derbyshire and North Nottinghamshire. You can read more about just how much of a difference this makes to local families here https://www.bluebellwood.org/stories
Joanne shares her hospital experience with us. —— “Everything was well organised regarding the set-up. Staff were questioning people on their arrival and making sure you washed your hands as soon as you walked in. Also the areas that are all set up for social distancing are in place in every department with plenty of hand gel around. I wore my face mask as did every member of staff. I felt very safe with all these measures in place." —— Read Joanne’s blog about her recent hospital experience on our website under the news tab – www.westonpark.org.uk —— If you or someone you know with cancer needs help, advice or support, we are still here. Just call us on 0114 553 3330 Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm.