Norfolk Refrigeration Manufacturer donates fridge to hospital

One of the best gifts you can give is a donation. As part of a New Year Charity Giveaway, Norfolk- based Precision Refrigeration has been giving away “nearly new” stock to registered charities to help keep their food and drink products perfectly chilled.

Just installed on the Rudham Ward at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn, is 2 door refrigerated counter in the ward’s staff refreshment area.

“Like all manufacturers, we always have a stock of ‘nearly new’ products which are in perfectly good working order but can’t be sold as new”, comments Nick Williams, Managing Director for Precision Refrigeration. “This could be exhibition equipment, loan products or items with minor transport damage. I have decided to give away our current stock of such products to charity, but only whilst stocks last. It’s been a pleasure to help the Rudham Ward at the Queen Elizabeth hospital, and it is a great opportunity to be able to give something back to such a worthy recipient who helps so many local people. I would also like to thank our logistics partners, R&P Distribution, for delivering this product to the hospital free of charge.”

Rudham Ward Sister Sally Butlin also commented: “Having such donations to the hospital is an important way of delivering the service we need to both staff and patients, as well as managing our budget. We would like to thank Precision for this generous gift which we will all make good use of.”

Any further registered charities that would like to take the opportunity of a free commercial fridge should get in touch with Precision Refrigeration.

Picture above from left to right shows: Kelly Hodgson (Hospital Play Specialist), Sister Mandy McMurray (Rudham Ward Sister) and Andy Fysh (Operations Director for Precision Refrigeration).