Salford Freemasons and the ELMC support Springhill Hospice at Home Service

Salford Freemasons and the ELMC support Springhill Hospice at Home Service

Picture shows L – R: Admissions Co-ordinator Christina Fostinis; Salford District Chairman, WBro Geoff Baillie; Staff Nurse, Susan Irwin; Dr. Steph Lippett; Staff Nurse Rebecca Davis; Salford District Charity Steward, WBro Ian Whitehead; Chief Executive, Julie Halliwell; Chairman of the Friends of Springhill Hospice at Home service, Mrs Rita Bradshaw; Director of Clinical Services, Sheila Johnson and Community Medical Secretary, Vera Marshall.
Salford Freemasons presented a cheque for £1,000 on behalf of the East Lancashire Masonic Charity to Springhill Hospice at Home service.
The Salford District Chairman, WBro Geoff Baillie, along with the  Salford District Charity Steward, WBro Ian Whitehead, accompanied by Mrs Rita Bradshaw, Chairman of the Friends of Springhill Hospice at Home Fundraising and Support group presented the cheque to provide Nebulisers for the Hospice at Home Staff to use for patients receiving end of life care  in their own homes. Mrs Bradshaw’s husband, Peter is a Freemason in Salford. Freemasonry actively supports Hospices throughout the Country.

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