Sprint Group Applaud Everyone Who Has Taken Steps, However Small, To Support Our Frontline Workers

Prince William resumed his public duties yesterday with a socially distanced visit to the Kings Lynn Ambulance Station at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

As reported in the national press, the Duke of Cambridge, 37, thanked staff from the East of England Ambulance Service Trust (EEAST) for their work and dedication responding to the COVID-19 outbreak. Please click here for the full article.

The team at Sprint have worked with ambulance crews across the UK to support them through the pandemic, including a visit to Bury, Bolton South and Manchester Central – pictured.

Sprint MD, Simon Carpmael, says:

“It’s important that we take time to thank the 21,000 ambulance staff across the NHS who continue to work tirelessly during this crisis. We have been lucky enough to work with them, supplying meals through the recent Caring Foundation initiative. Sprint Group applaud everyone who has taken steps, however small, to support our frontline workers.”

Over the last few months, the Sprint Group team have been humbled to have supported Richard Caring and The Caring Foundation in a charity initiative to provide thousands of cooked meals across the UK. More about the support for hospitals, schools, colleges and care homes can be found here.

If you’d like to help The Caring Foundation, please head to their website: thecaringfoundation.org.