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Dorset school delivers tasty treats to hospital staff

Staff at Wimborne's Henbury View School have been baking special treats for Dorset’s NHS staff to show their support during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Herm Ward staff at Aldeerney Hospital in Poole with baked treats
Herm Ward staff at Aldeerney Hospital in Poole with baked treats

A variety of cakes, cookies and quiches have been delivered to the Dorset HealthCare-run Alderney Hospital in Poole over the past few weeks.

Baked treats have also been distributed to St Ann’s Hospital in the town and Poole Hospital’s intensive care unit, where a number of Dorset HealthCare staff are working to support the local acute hospital team.


Oakhouse Foods


Oakhouse Foods

The school also donated Easter eggs to dedicated staff at Bridport Hospital, and pupils made thank you cards to show their appreciation.

“We would like to say a big thank you to Henbury School for their generosity,” said Chris Clarke, Herm Ward manager at Alderney Hospital. “It means so much to our staff who are working selflessly round the clock to care for patients.”

Jane Clarke, head teacher at Henbury View School, said, “We wanted to provide our thanks to our local community hospitals for the fantastic work they are doing at this time. We are very glad to hear the teams are enjoying the goodies.”

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