Community club Ulverston go on shopping spree for NHS staff

Drew Darbyshire

Cumbrian amateur club Ulverston have been working hard behind the scenes to help the NHS staff at Furness General Hospital.

All levels of rugby league in the UK has been suspended indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic.

And with time on their hands, Ulverston players have carried out a huge shopping trip for all the NHS staff at Furness General Hospital.

All the essential items that were purchased will be distributed in a marquee as the NHS staff leave for home after a long shift in these difficult times for everyone.

The community club raised Β£300 for the NHS and then went on a trolly dash around McClures in Windermere to collect essential items for the NHS staff at Furness General Hospital.

πŸŒˆπŸ’™ πŸ›’ TROLLEY DASHπŸŒˆπŸ’™πŸ‘πŸ»We would like to give A Huge Thankyou to Ulverston Rugby for raising Β£300.00 , Ulverston Inshore Rescue for raising Β£200.00 & Glen Stoker and family of Furness Park Motor Group for the remainder of this outstanding donation. This Morning the lads donned their kits and completed a trolley dash for us at Mcclures Windermere filling a flat bed trailer full to the brim with their donations πŸ‘πŸ»A special Thankyou must go to our dashers Matthew Miller Ryan John Matty Storey Liam Saunders Paul WojickJoe Wojick Ian Athersmith Bruce Chattaway Simply fantastic , we cannot Thankyou enough . Well done πŸ‘πŸ»πŸŒˆπŸ’™ Ulverston Rugby Ulverston Inshore Rescue Furness Park Prestige & Sport McClures

Posted by NHS Giving Back To Those Giving Everything on Thursday, 16 April 2020

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