The Nottingham Pet Crematorium made a cool donation this week.
We were delighted to present Ward D58 at The Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham with a new water cooler.
Healthcare assistant Erica Stanley, who received the cooler on behalf of the hospital, said: “This is an amazing gesture from the owners of Nottingham Pet Crematorium.
We would like to thank them very much. We need every donation possible, even more so during this covid pandemic. Every donation helps in such a big way. The Nottingham Pet Crematorium have been wonderful supporters over the years.”
Rita and John Harbury-Carlisle, owners of the West Bridgford based Nottingham Pet Crematorium, have already donated several fans, a coffee machine, toiletries and even clothes in pre-covid time.
The new water cooler will be available for use by staff and patients on the ward.
Rita said: “We knew they were desperate for help and we are always delighted to assist the Queens Medical Centre. The recent spell of hot weather did not help. We like to do what we can to make peoples stay in hospital as comfortable as possible.”
The Nottingham Pet Crematorium owners are Yorkie breeder Rita Harbury-Carlisle with her husband John. Well known Pet lovers who once ran the Antara Luxurious Dog Hotel. They now concentrate on their 25-year-old Cremation service, complete with chapels of rest and farewell rooms.
The Nottingham Pet Crematorium is the only service of this kind in the East Midlands. Independently Inspected & Approved by the Association of Pet Cemeteries and Crematoria.
The couple provide a respectful service as an alternative to leaving your pet with the vet for disposal. Rita and John will listen to your wishes, explain the many alternatives available and offer friendly advice. The beautiful surroundings at Nottingham Pet Crematorium are available along with a collection service which includes the option to use their wonderful traditional hearse.