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Generous donation helps revamp children’s ward in Bury St Edmunds




Craig and Julis Jarvis with daughter Molly, in the new room with Peter Powell, Dawn Donnington, Katherine Piccinelli, Chlloe Lee- Yeardsley and Liz Smart
Craig and Julis Jarvis with daughter Molly, in the new room with Peter Powell, Dawn Donnington, Katherine Piccinelli, Chlloe Lee- Yeardsley and Liz Smart

A generous donation has helped expand the services on offer to young patients at West Suffolk Hospital, in Bury St Edmunds.

The Ravenwood Children’s Trust, which is run by hotelier Craig Jarvis, donated £5,000 to refurbish a consultancy room on the hospital’s Rainbow Ward.

The revamped room, which was unveiled last month, has enabled the ward to provide new services like psychotherapy and counselling.

A painting created by Craig’s daughter, Molly, has been displayed in the new-look room to commemorate the occasion.

Ward manager Dawn Donnington said: “I’d just like to say a massive thank you to the Ravenwood Children’s Trust for their generosity. The refurbishment will make a massive difference to young patients on the Rainbow Ward.”

“We are well supported by the community and this is another example of that,” she added.



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