A FAMILY owned bulk powder haulier has pledged support for St Luke's Hospice.

Michael Baddeley Transport Ltd, from Winsford, has painted the livery on one of their wagons with the hospice logo and website address to encourage people to make donations.

A spokesman for St Luke's Hospice said: "We are so grateful to Adrian and Ian for showing their support for St Luke’s in this way.

Winsford Guardian:

Michael Baddeley Transport Ltd, from Winsford, has painted the livery on one of their wagons with St Luke's Hospice logo

"Keep your eyes peeled and see if you spot it on its travels. The tanker is 10 metres long so it’ll be hard to miss."

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The hospice has lost a lot of income during the pandemic as all its charity shops have been closed and fundraising events and activities cancelled.

Since 1988, St Luke’s has been providing palliative care to local people, supporting them in ways which go beyond the scope and funding of the NHS. Today, donations are as important as ever and around 85 percent of their care relies on support from the local community.

To make a donation to help secure the future of patient care at the hospice visit www.slhospice.co.uk/donate