STAFF from a Sheffield department store will be giving up their time to help refurbish a local children’s hospice tomorrow.
The management team from the Meadowhall branch of Marks and Spencer will be renovating the interior and grounds of Bluebell Wood hospice, at North Anston, which offers care and support to youngsters across the region.
The activity is part of an M&S initiative called Plan A, in which every worker is encouraged to take a paid day to supports charities and community groups.
Building contractor Simpson’s – which is carrying out a refit of the Meadowhall store – has donated flowers and plants which will be used to brighten up the hospice’s garden.
Bluebell Wood relies on donations and needs £3 million every year to provide its services.
Visit www.bluebellwood.org for more information about the charity.