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Polypipe helps out with Doncaster rainbow garden

Work has started on a Doncaster hospital’s new memorial ‘rainbow garden’ thanks to Polypipe Building Products and other local businesses.

Doncaster & Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals Rainbow Garden appeal was set up to establish memorial gardens in both Doncaster and Bassetlaw to remember those who lost their lives to Covid-19.

Doncaster-based Polypipe Building Products donated £5,000 to kick-start the fund which will give staff and families a place to reflect and remember the challenges faced during the pandemic.

Kevin Gunn,  Key Account Director at Polypipe Building Products, said: “We are very pleased that work has started on the gardens and proud to support the Trust to show our gratitude for the fantastic work they have done.”

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