GENEROUS Bev Grayson, who worked as a volunteer for 17 years at Ashgate Hospice, is involved in the family owned business of Pinelog in Bakewell, which recently built the new Bakewell Showground offices.
When Bakewell Show kindly offered Pinelog an opportunity to display a garden building at the show the Grayson family and colleagues in Pinelog seized the chance to build something that could be donated to Ashgate Hospice for use by the patients and their families and friends.
Pinelog has supported the Hospice for many years in a modest way and the garden building is something more substantial that Bev Grayson and the family hope will give great pleasure.
Kathy Hollyer, Ashgate Hospice’s Chief Executive, said that the lodge would provide a quiet and private place in the hospice’s garden for patients and their families and they were extremely grateful for the donation.
Pictured outside the lodge are Hugh, Bev and Nick Grayson from Pinelog with Kathy Hollyer and Jane Bridge from the hospice.