Butterwick Hospice awards companies for support

PUBLISHED: 14:41 24 June 2011 | UPDATED: 19:36 20 February 2013

Butterwick Hospice awards companies for support

Butterwick Hospice awards companies for support

Representatives of business from all over the region met at Wynyard Hall in Tees Valley for a Corporate lunch, organised by Butterwick Hospice Care of Stockton.

Representatives of business from all over the region met at Wynyard Hall in Tees Valley for a Corporate lunch, organised by Butterwick Hospice Care of Stockton.


The event was held to recognise and award 15 corporate partners who had committed money, time and services to the hospice for 2011 and to encourage others to do the same.


Prior to lunch, attendees were treated to talks by the Butterwick Head of Corporate Development, Anne Cooling, its Chief Executive, Graham Leggatt-Chidgey and the Editor of the Northern Echo newspaper, Peter Barron. North East Life Co-editor, Sue Campbell was the compere.


The venue and lunch was provided free by Wynard Hall.

Mr Leggatt-Chidgey said: We are very grateful to all our partners for their support to help us maintain the hospice, which costs more than 10,000 a day to run.


Mr Barron was given a special award as the Butterwicks fist Ambassador, for personally raising some 20,000 for the hospice.


Butterwick has two adult hospices in Stockton and Bishop Auckland, and a childrens hospice in Stockton and cares for those with life limiting illnesses and their families.



The print version of this article appeared in the July 2011 issue of North East Life

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