Are you aware of any local campaigns like this one?
St Clare Hospice in Essex are running a "Give a gallon" Campaign so their Specialist Palliative Care Nurses can effectively visit their cancer sufferers.
The cost of fuel has severely impacted on the Nation's healthcare professionals’ capabilities to drive to their sick patients. FairFuelUK has had hundreds of examples sent in by supporters of how in some cases Nurses have to make a choice as to whether they can afford to see certain of their patients in the community.
Can this be right? And can it be right that they have to raise funds through the public’s "charitable giving” in order to fill up their cars. The cars that represent a lifeline to patients. What do you think? Let us have your comments below.
You can visit www.stclarehospice.org.uk which is in the Constituency of Robert Halfon MP, our Parliamentary Champion fighting for lower fuel duty. Why not "Give a Gallon” donation while you are there?