Technicians at Crestwood school are continuing to provide personal protective equipment for frontline workers in and around the Borough.
The Eastleigh based school were given a grant from Eastleigh Borough Council which has helped them to purchase materials to produce PPE for front line care workers. They have been producing protective visors and tension relief bands for key workers in different professions throughout the pandemic.
They have so far provided equipment to some of the following places;
Hospitals including Southampton General Hospital and Royal County Hospital, Winchester were among those to benefit from these generous donations as well as some doctors surgeries in Southampton.
Pharmacies have also received equipment to help keep them safe including; Boyatt Pharmacy, Falkland Pharmacy and Highfield Pharmacy.
District nurses in Chandler's Ford and Countess Mountbatten Hospice are some of the other services to gain more PPE from the school.
There is also a long list of care homes that they have been able to help including; The Brookdale Chandler's Ford, Fleming House, Valley Lodge and Otterbourne Grange.
Staff at Abbot's Barton Nursing Home were very grateful of the new personal protective equipment and thanked Crestwood via Twitter (staff pictured above with thank you message.)
Frontline workers in both Tesco and Waitrose have also received visors to keep them protected whilst serving the community.