As the pace of life grows more frenetic and the demands on our time increase, family and friends become ever more important.
That’s why we are collaborating with the Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service to make Christmas that little bit more special for some of the most deserving children in our community. And we’re inviting customers, friends and family to help us support this fantastic cause.
AN EVENT YOU WON’T WANT TO MISS
We are aiming to fill an enormous boot of a Bentley Bentayga in our showroom with presents that our friends at Alexander Devine can distribute over Christmas. You can choose whether you want to bring a gift to add to the collection or simply make a donation towards the cost of building their new Hospice in Maidenhead. And on Friday 16th & Saturday 17th December, we’ll be hosting a Christmas event at our Bentley Berkshire showroom for the Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service and we would be delighted if you could join us to support them.
There will be a giving tree for you to pledge a donation, plus plenty of mince pies and mulled wine. Also joining us on this special event will be rising stars from Reading Football Club, it really is not one to miss. Please come and join us to give these children a huge “Berkshire Welcome” and show them how much we care.
ABOUT ALEXANDER DEVINE CHILDREN’S HOSPICE SERVICE
The charity was founded by Fiona and John Devine in 2007 in memory of their son Alexander who was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor, aged just four. Alexander sadly died at the age of eight after battling for four years.
With the aim of providing a dedicated hospice service for all children with a life-limiting or life-threatening condition in Berkshire and beyond. The charity already provides a comprehensive community service and is now working to build a new hospice so that local families have flexibility and choice.
The hospice will be a home-from-home, here families can breathe a sigh of relief as they enter the door. Their everyday needs of cooking, cleaning and administering medicines will be taken care of so they can enjoy quality time together. Children will also be able to have overnight breaks at the hospice without their carers, giving families a chance to take a break from their demanding role of 24/7 care, and enabling them to focus on each other for a short while. Their hospice will be a safe place filled with love, laughter and very special memories.