Wellingborough company's sweet gesture of donating cupcakes to KGH staff
The cupcakes were decorated with the NHS logo and rainbows
A Wellingborough company was delighted to deliver some sweet treats to staff at KGH.
The Wellingborough-based home improvement retail and builders’ merchant services provider Simon Acres Group (SAGL) delivered a tray of decorated cupcakes to staff at KGH after the latest winner of their fun quiz donated his prize to NHS England.
Kitchen designer Karl Graham asked SAGL to donate the prize money instead of receiving the usual bottle of champagne, having counted the correct number of hits of a ball in the
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weekly video quiz.
Aiden Cowell, general manager at SAGL, made a socially distanced visit to the hospital in Rothwell Road to make the delivery.
A local cake company supplied the cupcakes that were decorated with the NHS logo and rainbows.
Aiden said: “We are delighted that Karl chose the NHS to receive the prize, and that we were also able to support another local business with cakes supplied by Lucy Noakes at The
Vanilla Bean Cake Company in Slipton, Northants.
“We all owe the NHS staff a huge debt for continuing to work on the front line caring for the ill and vulnerable in our society, it was a pleasure to add a little brightness to their day.”
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