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Patients enjoy play resource thanks to local businesses.

ss fundevent Wrexham Maelor Children's Ward proudly showcase a new book resource and play area to benefit their patients after receiving a generous donation of PS800.00 raised by a collaborative business fundraising event with The Spirit of '58 and The Fat Boar Wrexham that took place during the Summer.

8 -mit The Spirit of '58 and The Fat Boar Wrexham held a Match day Mini Music Festival that aimed to give back to a local charitable cause that directly supports their local communities, support Welsh up and coming bands/artists, as well as supporting independent live music venues and offering a superb day and evening for fans and customers.

bas W abl thWbl Tim Williams, owner of Spirit of '58, based in Bala said: "We are proud to be able to co-host these events for Wrexham football fans and the local community to enjoy, whilst being able to give back to the Wrexham Maelor Children's Ward who provides such a valuable service for families and young people. We are lucky that our Welsh football fans have such a passion to support their local team whilst seeing the value in giving back to t b bac ham dren's Wa their communities and having fun. We are very grateful to everyone who came along to support the event which was a great success" Emma Cunnah-Newell, Play Specialist at the Wrexham Maelor Children's Ward added: "We would like to say a huge thank you for this very kind donation which has enabled us to purchase a valuable resource for our families and patients. Play in hospital plays an important part in a Childs treatment. This area within the play service gives the children the chance to leave their bed space and have time away from their treatment. Not only does this give children the chance to read a book and have a quiet five minutes but can also help distract them from their illness."

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