Duvet firm’s sleepy push

Susie Poppitt, Head of Fundraising for Derian House, along with the Community Fundraising Team, Sophie Saunders, John Rullo, Judy Miller and Jo Moss and a group of young people from Derian Lodge and Mayor of Chorley, Marion Lowe, launched the Derian Dreams Campaign, supported by Snuggledown, in Ashton
Susie Poppitt, Head of Fundraising for Derian House, along with the Community Fundraising Team, Sophie Saunders, John Rullo, Judy Miller and Jo Moss and a group of young people from Derian Lodge and Mayor of Chorley, Marion Lowe, launched the Derian Dreams Campaign, supported by Snuggledown, in Ashton

A generous firm is helping families of children with terminal and life limiting illnesses have a good night’s sleep.

Snuggledown of Norway, in Ashton, has partnered with Derian House children’s hospice to help launch the Derian Dream campaign, based on the idea the charity’s services are vital to give families respite and a good night’s sleep. To help raise awareness, the charity’s fund-raisers led a Bed Push, from the hospice, in Astley Village, to Chorley Town Hall, with the town’s Mayor, Coun Marion Lowe.

A spokesman for Snuggledown, said; “We have partnered with Derian House as part of our fund-raising for 2016. We are delighted to be able to assist them with this designated part of their fund-raising as it ties in perfectly with our company and the manufacture of pillows and duvets.”