Equine Businesses and Bodies Support the NHS

FEATURED IMAGE: Wales Super Hospital. Hi-Vis specialist, Equisafety strive to provide builders of the hospital with hand santizer.

The crippling tidal wave of consequences to the global economy, caused by coronavirus COVID-19, has been echoed in the closure of businesses and the many thousands who have lost their jobs. However, those who have been fortunate enough to stay in operation have come together to support the NHS and all of those who are working tirelessly to fight the pandemic.

Hi-Vis specialist, Equisafety UK, have announced their support in sourcing protective hand sanitizer to all working on the new super hospital being built in Wales. Managing Director, Nicky Fletcher, commented:

The incredible work currently being undertaken to deliver the Super Hospital significantly ahead of schedule is phenomenal.  It is an honour and a privilege to be able to draw upon my business’s established safety network and dedicated, professional support staff, to assist at this crucial time in construction.”

FEATURED IMAGE: Wales Super Hospital. Hi-Vis specialist, Equisafety strive to provide builders of the hospital with hand santizer.
FEATURED IMAGE: Wales Super Hospital. Hi-Vis specialist, Equisafety strive to provide builders of the hospital with hand santizer.

The British Equestrian Federation (BEF) and the British Horse Society (BHS), among others, have been working hard to bring horse owners the latest in advice and information. Press releases have been distributed to social channels and equestrian publishers urging owners to think ‘safety first’, by minimising riding activity that may be considered high risk, to ultimately help relieve pressure from the NHS.

High fashion retailer, Holland Cooper, will be donating 10% of all sales to the Official NHS Charities COVID-19 Appeal. The team at Holland Cooper are encouraging equestrians to share experiences with Jade and the social team with a tag, or DM on Instagram or Facebook.

In an unprecedented time of global emergency, we encourage everyone to act responsibly, think, and to adhere to guidelines set out by the government and other regulatory bodies. By doing so, we will ultimately play a larger part in protecting our family, and friends and supporting the NHS.


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