A department at KGH which usually receives the fewest donations now has plenty of treats to snack on thanks to a cleaning firm's generosity.
Mawsley Domestic Services wanted to treat staff at KGH and asked bosses which team doesn't get as many donations at Christmas time.
And after hearing it was the 'Care of the Elderly' team they raised £200 to treat the ward's 40 nurses to boxes of chocolates, biscuits and Christmas bubble bath.
Business owner Rebecca Johnson said they have been looking after their community since the Covid pandemic started.
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She said: "We have been running since April last year and had to close in March due to Covid.
"In between March and June when we re-opened we delivered shopping and prescriptions to our high risk clients.
"We also delivered activity packs for our clients' children and baked for the local food bank."
She said KGH were very thankful for the donation and that it 'meant a lot' to staff to be appreciated.
The items were dropped off on Thursday and will be handed out to staff today (Monday).