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Stowe Family Law say thank you

Royal Berks Charity were delighted to receive a £200 donation from Stowe Family Law in Reading. The generous gift will support its joint project with the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust to create a staff health and wellbeing centre and garden.

The project will see one of the Trust’s buildings, a characterful, Victorian, Grade II building, renovated into a spacious, fit-for-purpose health and wellbeing centre.

During the pandemic staff demonstrated remarkable resilience, however, managing the many demands and challenges of COVID-19 over such a long period has taken its toll. The centre, located directly opposite the Royal Berkshire Hospital’s main entrance on Craven Road, will provide a dedicated facility to support the ongoing physical and psychological wellbeing of staff, enabling the delivery of a full and varied programme of health and wellbeing activities and sessions, with the necessary equipment and space.

Tom Suttill, Stowe Family Law said: “Stowe Family Law are proud to be supporting Royal Berks Charity with a donation towards the creation of their new staff health and wellbeing centre. The centre and garden will serve the remarkable staff at the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust, helping them continue to deliver the best quality care possible for their patients.”

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Jo Warrior, Charity Director said: “We are really grateful to the Reading office of Stowe Family Law for their kind and generous donation towards our new staff health and wellbeing facility.

In the wake of an extremely challenging time, the Trust and the charity are committed more than ever to the health, wellbeing and psychological needs of its diverse workforce. The pandemic had a huge impact on the teams across the Royal Berks, and this timely project will serve as a lasting legacy of how something so positive can emerge from something so devastating.”