St Modwen give helping hand to Myton Hospice

Jacqui Bird from Myton Hospice, Stuart Tew, St Modwen Homes' Assistant Site Manager at Edison Place in Rugby and Deb Hutchinson from Myton Hospice
Jacqui Bird from Myton Hospice, Stuart Tew, St Modwen Homes' Assistant Site Manager at Edison Place in Rugby and Deb Hutchinson from Myton Hospice
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Nurses at Myton Hospice in Rugby all received new uniforms thanks to a donation from local housebuilder St Modwen Homes.

The donation followed an appeal from The Myton Hospices which, as a registered charity, relies on funds from local people and businesses to ensure the organisation can continue to support people who are living with a terminal illness.

St Modwen Homes made the decision to answer the appeal following support for the hospice from new homeowners at its Edison Place development, located off Technology Drive in Rugby.

Bev Hall, sales and marketing director at St Modwen Homes, said: “Myton Hospice has provided extensive support to local people over the past 32 years. When we heard about the nurses’ appeal for new uniforms we felt that it was only right to lend a hand in recognition of all the hard work the team puts in on a daily basis.

“At all our developments across the UK, St Modwen Homes is keen to support local causes that are close to the hearts of our new homeowners.

“It’s not enough to just build new homes; we also want to make sure that our developments are an important part of the local community.”

The new uniforms - which included four fleeces, four uniforms and a coat - were given to all four staff at Myton Hospice.