We were delighted to donate some yummy Easter eggs to children at Airedale Hospital Children’s Ward, Keighley, yesterday.
Howard Civil Engineering delivered thirty chocolate eggs to the children’s ward, which cares for children of all ages and attends to both day cases and acute admissions.
Matthew Jones, Site Manager at our upcoming project on Hard Ings Road, Keighley, said: ‘It was wonderful to meet the amazing nurses, doctors and patients in the ward and learn more about the children’s unit.’
‘We wanted to bring a smile to children’s faces this Easter,’ commented Abbie Harrop, Marketing Executive, ‘and it’s nice to get involved with the local community before the work starts. As we’re working in the area for just over a year, we’re hoping to do more to support the hospital in the coming months.’
Howard Civil Engineering are undertaking roadworks on behalf of Bradford City Council to widen Hard Ings Road, a main thoroughfare in Bradford, and create an extra lane on Beechcliffe Roundabout. This work is funded by The West Yorkshire-plus Transport Fund. The West Yorkshire-plus Transport Fund is supported through the Leeds City Region Local Enterprise Partnership Growth Deal – a £1 billion package of Government investment delivered in partnership with the West Yorkshire Combined Authority to accelerate growth and create jobs across Leeds City Region.
The video below outlines a day in the life of a patient at Airedale Hospital’s children’s unit.
Want to donate? Click here to visit Airedale Hospital’s JustGiving page.
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