Parish gift for hospital

A five-year fundraising programme between Saint John’s Catholic Church and the Diocese of Shrewsbury is set to benefit a Bridgnorth project. The church’s parishioners decided to give £5,000 to the League of Friends of Bridgnorth Hospital as “a very worthy local cause from which we can all benefit”.

The League of Friends are passionate about making patient care and comfort at Bridgnorth Hospital the best it can possibly be. They aim is to continuously improve and enhance the experience that patients have while at the hospital.

The donation was gratefully received from Father Iain Griffiths by League Treasurer Stan Butler.


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