The incredible Lewis-Manning Hospice, who are just a 13 minute drive away from us, have continued their excellent work in providing palliative care to local people – which is precisely why we continue to support them! We’ve supplied the hospice with a set of brand-new pull-up banners to help them draw-in some new heroes in their latest recruitment drive.
The banners will also be used at other events such as supermarket fundraisers – so make sure you look out for them when you pop to your next weekly shop. As Lewis-Manning Hospice is only partly funded by the NHS, they rely on public funds to continue helping those in need.
That’s not the only big news – Lewis-Manning have also enjoyed frequent visits recently by patron Harry Redknapp. Local lad Harry – to some a football legend and to others the newly crowned king of the jungle – lives down the road on the world famous Sandbanks Peninsula, and opened the hospice’s new shop last month. He even donated a signed photograph to the charity, and they managed to take a snap of him with a previous banner we created for them – fame at last.
As exhibition stand designers, we’re extremely proud to be able to support a local cause in this way, and can’t wait to participate in one of Lewis-Manning’s “Go Yellow” fundraisers.
Cover image courtesy of Lewis-Manning Hospice.