London Array supports special care

In December the London Array team based at The Port of Ramsgate held a series of activities to raise money to support the most vulnerable babies at the Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother Hospital in Margate.

Stephen Reynolds from London Array, Jason Short a lead charity supporter of Special Care and the Unit Manager, Anne Savage, being presented with the cheque from London Array for £2,000.

Stephen Reynolds, Offshore Site Manager at London Array, said: “The charity was suggested by Nathan Russell. one of our Offshore Technicians, who has been involved with fundraising for the unit over the last year.  We all agreed and are delighted to be able to support the Special Care Baby Unit.  The funds will help buy extra equipment for the unit, which we know supports babies and their parents in East Kent.”

Rupert Williamson, on behalf of the unit and East Kent Hospital Charity, said: “We are all aware of the local interest in the development of the wind farm and we are very grateful to London Array for their support.  The funds will enable the charity to help make the unit more comfortable and buy the latest equipment.”

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