Lewis-Manning Hospice Care’s Poole headquarters has received a light fantastic gesture from expert commercial and domestic lighting supplier, Saxby Lighting.
Based at Creekmoor, Saxby Lighting, which is part of the wider Poole Lighting group, is the latest business to offer its support whilst refurbishment work continues throughout the Hospice’s new Longfleet Road premises, by donating over £6,000 of lighting free of charge.
From its new home, Lewis-Manning Hospice Care exists to help the people of Poole, Purbeck and East Dorset with life limiting illnesses. Its aim is to increase physical and social well-being, reduce isolation and loneliness, support people to stay in their homes longer, and alleviate the huge pressures on family and carers.
Sam Gilbert, Area Sales Manager for Saxby Lighting covering the South West region, said: “We want to help people in our community and when we were contacted asking for help by Lewis-Manning Hospice Care, we were delighted to help this incredible charity. We supply fittings which are ideal for an array of areas, both exterior and interior, suitable for the home, office or warehouse, so we knew we could help the Dorset charity with their refurbishment.
“Our experience means we can deliver stunning solutions using the latest energy efficient technologies, perfected by in-house designers here in the UK. We take pride in offering the latest design innovations to ensure quality installations suit every environment.”
Clare Gallie, CEO of Lewis-Manning Hospice Care, said: “I would like to thank Saxby Lighting for this wonderful and generous gesture. So many businesses are getting involved with our refurbishment project and donating materials or assisting us in some way and we are grateful to every single one.
“Creating a light, pleasant, welcoming environment for our charity headquarters will benefit staff, our volunteers and those attending the sessions which are part of our vital support services.”
Saxby Lighting has been designing and manufacturing lights for commercial and domestic use for more than 30 years, with products sold throughout the UK and Europe.