Blandford Forum, Business, Latest News, St Leonards | Posted: Monday, April 6th, 2020 at 4:13 pm | return to news

NHS says thank you for LUSH soaps and hand cream

Local fresh handmade cosmetics company LUSH has donated soap and hand cream to Dorset NHS staff working on the frontline to tackle COVID-19 (coronavirus).

Blandford Community Hospital with the items kindly donated by LUSH
Staff at Blandford Community Hospital with the items kindly donated by LUSH

The 1,500 bars of Outback Mate soap bars and 1,500 pots of Helping Hands cream are being distributed to Dorset HealthCare staff across the county working day and night to support patients.

This will support the hygiene measures which are so vital to minimise the spread of the virus.

St Leonards Community Hospital with LUSH donations
Steve Adamson, Laura Cummings and Tony Allen at St Leonard's Community Hospital with the LUSH donations

“Thank you LUSH for this fantastic gesture, which will help protect our staff and keep patients safe. It’s these small acts of kindness that will create hope for our staff, while helping them to cope at this extremely challenging time,” said Dawn Dawson, the Trust’s director of nursing, therapies and quality

Jason Muller, global manufacturing director at LUSH, said, “The nation is literally in your hands at the moment. The only way we could think to say thank you is to try to help you look after those hands. We are sending the deepest admiration, respect and love to you all.”

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