Hospice helped by network

What's Right raised money for a food blender to be used at Charlton Farm in Wraxall.

What's Right raised money for a food blender to be used at Charlton Farm in Wraxall. - Credit: Archant

A business networking group has raised money to support children at a Wraxall hospice.

What’s Right bought Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) an industrial-strength blender to use at Charlton Farm.

The Vitamix blender allows CHSW to help youngsters who cannot chew or swallow, because several staying at the hospice need feeding through a tube for medical reasons.

Kate Fisher, corporate partnerships fundraiser for CHSW, said: “The children love mealtimes at the hospice and now they can eat the same food as their families.”


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