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Cheltenham-based company Evans Jones launch campaign asking businesses to support NHS heroes

An appeal asking Gloucestershire Businesses to come together and support NHS staff throughout the Coronavirus Crisis has been launched by a Cheltenham-based company.

Surveyors and planning experts Evans Jones  have started a fund to help support the Cheltenham and Gloucester Hospitals Charity, who supply vital support to the NHS.

Managing Director David Jones said: "The charity are providing all kinds of care and support packages, which will make the long shifts and the incredibly tough task faced by NHS staff - just that little bit easier.

"Any amount you can give, no matter how large or small, will provide essential support services to front-line staff, who are working round-the-clock to care for our community.

"We hope you that in times like these, our local business community will pull together and we can show our appreciation.

"Join with us - we are stronger together."

Donations can be made by visiting www.justgiving.com/fundraising/evansjonescovid19  with all funds going directly to the Cheltenham and Gloucester Hospitals Charity.

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