Roman supports hospice with donation of goods

Roman supports hospice with donation of goods

Newton Aycliffe-based luxury online homewares retailer, Roman at Home, donated an assortment of slate accessories to a local charity, St Teresa’s Hospice, following the enforcement of a second national lockdown which forced charity shops and non-essential businesses to close their doors again.

Darlington-based St Teresa’s provides amazing end of life care and support to residents of South Durham and North Yorkshire, and their carers.

Roman at Home donated slate products to the value of over £1,000 for sale in the hospice’s charity shops to help raise much needed funds in a time of uncertainty and difficulty.

Items included afternoon tea sets, plaques and chalkboards, a variety of placemats and coasters and garden markers.

St Theresa’s Hospice chief executive Jane Bradshaw said: “It was wonderful to learn of the team at Roman’s very generous gesture.

Source: Aycliffe Today

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