Lions donate flowers to children’s hospice

PUBLISHED: 14:57 16 December 2019 | UPDATED: 14:57 16 December 2019

The Lions donating the planters to Children's Hospice South West.

The Lions donating the planters to Children's Hospice South West.


Nailsea Lions club has brightened up a children’s charity in Wraxall by presenting staff with colourful floral displays.

The planters were prepared especially for Children's Hospice South West by Cadbury Garden Centre employees Rachel, Karen and Daniel.

The Lions transported the planters to the hospice, in Charlton Farm, and installed them in the garden outside the family room.

Members of the Lions club raised the money for the flowers with a garden party, hosted by Sue Routley.

Emma Parker, from the children's charity, thanked the Lions for their kind donation.

She said the flowers will be enjoyed by children, parents and staff throughout the year.

Nailsea Lions has supported Children's Hospice South West since it opened in 2007.

The charity provides care for children with life-limiting conditions and it also supports their families.

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