WELSH Ambulance Service workers engaged on Christmas Day will as soon as once more be capable of tuck right into a festive lunch, courtesy of greater than 50 pubs and eating places throughout Wales.

Eating places from all corners of Wales have agreed to arrange mouth-watering Christmas meals for greater than 500 members of workers – about half of that are freed from cost – as a goodwill gesture for these engaged on December twenty fifth.

Colleagues throughout greater than 80 ambulance stations and 5 management rooms working a day shift will get to take pleasure in a dinner.

That features workers within the Belief’s Emergency Medical Service, Non-Emergency Affected person Transport Service, Make Prepared Depots and Medical Contact Centres, together with NHS Direct Wales and 111 workers.

Lunches will both be delivered or collected on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day, relying on the realm and the pub or restaurant getting ready the meal.

Judith Bryce, the Welsh Ambulance Service’s Head of Operational Assist, mentioned: “As an ambulance service we function 24 hours a day, 12 months of the 12 months, together with Christmas Day.

“We recognise that not all our workers will be capable of take pleasure in Christmas dinner at house with their households and family members, so this can be a small gesture to thank our individuals on Christmas Day.

“Preparations have been made as soon as once more this 12 months to make sure that colleagues working days on December 25 shall be supplied with a Christmas dinner provided by a neighborhood resort or restaurant.

“This 12 months, our Employees Officers and native groups have labored arduous to safe greater than 520 dinners – many greater than final 12 months.

“I hope that this gesture demonstrates on behalf of the organisation and our sufferers how grateful we’re to workers for the superb service they supply.

“We’re massively grateful to all the pubs, inns and eating places who’ve kindly helped us out.”

Amongst those that have agreed to offer meals free of charge are the Willow Tree in Nantyglo, The Three Saints Lodge in Llantrisant, The Haywain in Bridgend, the Finest Western Diplomat in Llanelli, the White Lion Inn in Colwyn Bay and the Ship Lodge in Dolgellau.

For these institutions the place dinners are to be paid for, the price shall be met by the Belief.

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For extra data, please e mail WAS.Communications@wales.nhs.uk or name 01745 532511.


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