Another Six Buckets Collected from the Ironworks’ Permanent Wishing Wells

In aid of all the incredible work that Hope House do for our regional communities, we have had three wishing wells set up across the Ironwork’s site for our visitors to donate into. These wishing wells have already been emptied four times since they were placed due to the volume of our visitors and members making wishes, and we hope to see them emptied even more in the coming year.

Serving Shropshire, Cheshire, and North and Mid Wales, Hope House Children’s Hospice dedicates itself to providing the very best in care and support for children with life-limiting illnesses. The hospice offers a range of services including respite for families, end-of-life care, advice and support in the form of counselling and advocacy, and bereavement support. To continue to do all of this incredible work, donations and community support is very necessary and extremely important. Any and all donations are gratefully received and help go towards building a better and stronger hospice where this highly important care and service can continue to flourish.

 

Pictured from Left to Right: Sarah McManus from The British Ironwork Centre; Holly Wilcock  from Hope House; Lynsey Kilvert from Hope House

We are so impressed by the number of our visitors who use the wishing wells to make a wish and help to fund Hope House on their journey. Hope House are very close to many of our hearts and, even if you and your family has been fortunate enough to not require their services, they have helped to prove that not every story has to end in sadness. Every single wish that you make goes towards raising these vital funds for Hope House, and we hope to continue to see more wishes being made each and every day right here at the Ironworks Centre!