Special Jess Relish raises £1200 for Sheffield Children’s Hospital

Senior Fundraiser Rebecca Staden accepts a cheque for �1200 for the Childrens Hospital Charity from Dr Kenneth Freemen on behalf Hendersons from the sale of Jess Ennis Gold relish
Senior Fundraiser Rebecca Staden accepts a cheque for �1200 for the Childrens Hospital Charity from Dr Kenneth Freemen on behalf Hendersons from the sale of Jess Ennis Gold relish
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PIE lovers in Sheffield have been doing their bit to raise funds for the Sheffield Children’s Hospital – by splashing out on a limited edition bottle of Henderson’s Relish.

The gold label bottles were made at Henderson’s famous factory in Leavygreave Road to celebrate Sheffield’s Jessica Ennis winning gold in the London 2012 Olympics heptathlon.

Senior fundraiser Rebecca Staden accepts a cheque for �1200 for The Children's Hospital Charity from Dr Kenneth Freemen on behalf Henderson's from the sale of Jess Ennis Gold relish.

Senior fundraiser Rebecca Staden accepts a cheque for �1200 for The Children's Hospital Charity from Dr Kenneth Freemen on behalf Henderson's from the sale of Jess Ennis Gold relish.

For every bottle sold, Henderson’s promised to make a 5p donation to the hospital – and with every bottle being snapped up within days,Henderson’s handed over £1,200 to the charity.

Rebecca Staden, fundraiser at The Children’s Hospital Charity, said: “After recently launching our Make it Better campaign, an appeal to raise £20 million towards a £40m development of the hospital, we need the support of the community now, more than ever.

“Henderson’s is a well-known brand, so we are thrilled that the company has chosen to support us.

“The funds raised will go towards creating a hospital environment that matches the world-class care already provided by staff at the hospital.”