Simply Washrooms commercial director, Samantha Stocks, and sales director, John Shelley, today officially opened St Clare Hospice’s newly refurbished disabled toilet facility with a special cutting of the ‘toilet roll’ ceremony.
The renovation project was fully funded by Simply Washrooms and provides residents, day patients, staff and visitors with more welcoming and comfortable facilities. Alongside the washroom renovation, it also supplied non-touch taps for the hospices’ inpatient ensuite bathrooms.
Sarah Thompson, Chief Executive of St Clare Hospice, who welcomed John and Sam to the Hospice, said: “We want to make the Hospice more accessible for local people so that everyone, no matter their physical health or condition, can use our services when they are facing one of the most difficult times in their lives. To enable more people to come to the Hospice, we urgently needed to improve our disabled and changing facilities which are regularly used by visitors, families with babies and young children and, of course, our patients.
“I’m so grateful for the generosity of Simply Washrooms, in helping us to make sure our facilities at St Clare Hospice are suitable for all of our visitors.”
Samantha Stocks, commercial director at Simply Washrooms, comments: “We’re delighted to officially open the newly refurbished disabled toilet at St Clare Hospice – the team have done a great job with the build, it looks fantastic.”
“As an engaged community partner, we believe our social responsibility begins at home – with our local community. We’ve proudly supported St Clare Hospice for several years now and we are continually inspired by the vital work they do to provide free, compassionate care and support to adults with life-limiting illnesses, their families and carers in our local community.”
Simply Washrooms is an independently owned provider of washrooms services. With over 30 years of industry experience, they are specialists at servicing washrooms in busy facilities.
St Clare Hospice is a local charity providing care for adults with life-limiting illnesses across West Essex and the East Hertfordshire border.