Local corporates have enjoyed an exclusive tour around Bournemouth’s unique hotel for cancer patients, celebrating the fifth anniversary of The Grove Hotel.
The Grove Hotel in Bournemouth, a hotel which caters exclusively for those with Cancer and other life-threatening illnesses, has recently celebrated its fifth-year anniversary.
Welcoming corporates from across the local community, The Grove Hotel hosted a special summer party, providing guest with a rare tour of their award-winning facilities.
Launched in 2011, The Grove Hotel is a not for profit organisation run by the local charity Macmillan Caring Locally. The recent anniversary party demonstrated the support the hotel continues to provide people suffering from cancer, as well as to their families and carers. Guests, including the President of Bournemouth Chamber of Trade and Commerce, were also treated to canapes and fizz with live music and entertainment provided by talented local violinist Mark Anstead.
General Manager of The Grove Hotel, Brenden Howard, said: “At The Grove, we aim to provide a much needed holiday retreat for those with cancer and other serious illnesses. To celebrate our fifth-year anniversary, we wanted to give the local business community a chance to see the services we provide first-hand and raise awareness of the work we do. I would personally like to thank everyone who attended.”
President of Bournemouth Chamber of Trade and Commerce, Peter Matthews said: “I have been to The Grove on several occasions, however, it was fantastic to be able to have a detailed tour of the facilities that those who come for functions don’t normally get to see. It truly is a wonderful hotel providing an exceptional service to those in need not only in Bournemouth but across the UK.”
To find out more about The Grove Hotel, please visit www.thegrovebournemouth.co.uk.