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LifestyleGarden donates product to the NHS Nightingale Hospital

Published: 23 April 2020 - Alex Fordham
 

Set up as part of the ongoing fight against Covid-19 the temporary NHS Nightingale Hospital at ExCel London has become ‘home’ to over 1,600 support staff bravely facing the virus head-on. Thanks to LifestyleGarden and a wealth of generous donors, these workers now have a stunning garden space in which to relax and find a moment of calm away from the frontline.

Co-ordinated by the superb team at Biotecture Limited, this new garden space came together in just a matter of days thanks to the hard work and dedication of the on-site team. Adding a splash of colour to proceedings and a much needed to rest weary bodies, is LifestyleGarden®’s limited-edition Banyan Tree Cast Aluminum Chairs in pink, green and sunny yellow - reflecting the rainbow that has become the symbol of support for the NHS during these unprecedented times.

Paul Cohen, sales director at LifestyleGarden, said: “We knew as soon as we were approached to help with the garden project at NHS Nightingale, that we absolutely had to be involved – it is the least we could do! The team at NHS Nightingale are true superheroes and we will forever be indebted to them for their bravery and unrelenting dedication to fighting against the corona virus.

"We hope that the new garden space created for them will provide a quiet place to rest and recuperate during their working day.”

In addition to donating product to the NHS Nightingale garden, LifestyleGarden® has also launched a specialgiveaway via its Instagram (@lifestylegardenfurniture) and LinkedIn pages. This giveaway is designed to offer thanks to key workers, with 10 of its rainbow coloured Nassau bistro sets up for grabs. People need only nominate the key worker in their life with the hashtag #FeetUpwithLifestyleGarden.

Paul Cohen added: “It’s almost impossible to truly show our gratitude to those key workers that are keeping our country running during lockdown, but we hope that our giveaway might bring a little bit of sunshine into the lives of those have been working tirelessly since this all began. We’ve already had a great response, and we are really looking forward to announcing the winners in a few short weeks.”

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