NWCE Foodservice Equipment services local hospice for free

Kris Odling, NWCE crop
Kris Odling carried out the service at Bury hospice on behalf of NWCE.

Servicing specialist NWCE Foodservice Equipment has donated its time and equipment to carry out a free full service to Bury hospice’s catering and refrigeration equipment.

The equipment was also issued with full certifications to show the compliance.

Kris Odling, one of the engineers who carried out the service said: “My brother Ben Odling and his business partner Matthew Hopkinson are happy to donate our service free of charge. It is a local hospice which is facing a fundraising shortfall during the current crisis. We wanted to help.”

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The team at Bury hospice commented: “A huge thank you to NWCE Foodservice Equipment for carrying out our essential maintenance and service work that our hospice kitchen needs.

“The engineer worked around our kitchen staff in order to get the work done without disrupting the mealtimes of our patients.”

The servicing firm feels it’s important to support local charities and businesses who may have been affected more than others in the lockdown period.

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