As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the NHS and key workers are working remarkably hard on the front line ensuring everyone is safe and well.
Bromley Football Club teamed up with our good friends at Shampan Group to provide meals for the incredibly hard working NHS staff at The Princess Royal University Hospital in Orpington, Kent on Monday.
Manager Neil Smith said, “Shampan Group have been great sponsors for a long time and we thank them for giving us the opportunity to help out and support this initiative. It’s a great gesture from them.”
Shampan Group Director Sufian Miah added, “Our chef, Shajhan Miah, and branch managers, Pasha Siraj and Sayem Islam from Shampan Bromley and Shampan Welling, liaised with Jerry Dolke and his Bromley FC management team and players to deliver meals to the NHS staff.”
“Our sincere thanks goes to Jerry Dolke, Neil Smith, Alan Dunne, Matt Hall and First Team players Jack Holland, Frankie Raymond, Luke Coulson, and Zidan Miah from the Under 23’s.”
“Being able to provide meals to these amazing individuals is just our way of saying thank you to front line workers for the fantastic work they are doing to ensure everyone is kept safe. As a local business in the community, we are excited to continue to support all NHS staff and key workers.”