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Local NHS healthcare partnership takes part in Chester charitable Christmas tree festival

Local NHS healthcare partnership takes part in Chester charitable Christmas tree festival
29 November 2019

Local NHS healthcare partnership takes part in Chester charitable Christmas tree festival

Staff from the NHS Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are working with partners, patients and carers to sponsor a Christmas tree and to decorate it as part of the Christmas Tree-cycled Festival at Chester Cathedral this year. This year’s theme is sustainability, which fits with the Transforming Care group motto, ‘sustainable homes not hospitals.”

The cathedral festival is a community-focused event and will include 50 trees decorated by local schools and organisations from Cheshire. Proceeds from the 2019 festival will go to the Hospice of the Good Shepherd. The festival opens on Friday 29 November and will run until Sunday 5 January, open daily. Entry is free of charge, though donations are welcome.

Janette Price, Strategic Lead, NHS Continuing Healthcare Services, NHS South Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group says:

“The Christmas Tree Festival is a great opportunity for teams to come together to celebrate the work we’ve achieved over the past year. This is a brilliant community event to be involved in which also supports a local charity.

“Staff, carers, patients and families have worked together to make Christmas tree decorations to decorate the sponsChristmas tree.

“We hope that everyone comes along to the cathedral to take part and enjoy the festival this year.”

 

For more information about the Christmas Tree Festival 2019, click here.