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Steam Cleaning in the Care Sector

Thomas Stuecken, Chairman of OspreyDeepclean Ltd., recently visited the Sue Ryder Charity Leckhampton Court Hospice in Cheltenham to donate a brand new 6.5 bar dry steam mobile cleaner to enable them to deep clean the hospice facilities and equipment. “Sue Ryder carries out such essential work and it’s great that we are in a position to help out locally in this current Covid-19 pandemic.” said Thomas.  Mike Tague - Head of Hospice Fundraising - of Sue Ryder said “the steam cleaner is a wonderful addition to the way we can service the hospice.  We are all truly grateful.”

OspreyDeepclean has also donated hospital approved Face Masks and 30 white Face Shields which have been swiftly manufactured by Numatic as a response by the cleaning industry to the Covid -19 support initiative to assist them in continuing the vital work they are carrying out every day.

Sue Ryder offers support to people through the most difficult times of their lives. Whether that’s a terminal illness, the loss of a loved one or a neurological condition. Their doctors, nurses and carers give people the compassion and expert care they need to help them live the best life they possibly can.  Mike added further thanks saying “Thank you again for the visors and the facemasks to us – these are very much appreciated at this time.”

1 comment

  • Hallo Thomas, melde dich doch mal. Habe dich gerade mal gesucht und gefunden bei der Suche nach Cotswold. Da bist du mir und Cheltenham gleich ins Gedächtnis gekommen. Bei deinem Bild musste ich erst genau hinsehen, so braun gebrannt, aber die Nase habe ich wiedererkannt. Und du wohnst noch in der Lintridge..
    Bin gespannt ob du dich meldest.
    Ciao, Günther

    Guenther Beinecke

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