AMF member, Marshalls has donated products to the new outdoor gardens at Newham Hospital to commemorate the front-line workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

In the UK, the majority of the highest age-standardised COVID-19 mortality rates recorded have been in the London boroughs, such as Newham, Brent and Hackney. In the midst of the pandemic, we’re thankful for the amazing job the NHS has been doing. As a thank you, Marshalls donated a selection of street furniture products to the Newham Hospital.

Along side other companies, this was created in the hospitals tranquillity gardens as a way of thanking the hospital staff and commemorating those across the UK who have sadly lost their lives during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The garden project involved the revitalising of a new courtyard and other outdoor spaces, to create a relaxing environment for all. Working alongside the hospital and in collaboration with other reputable companies, Marshalls was able to provide a peaceful oasis for front-line workers, patients and visitors. Accompanying the new planters and trellises, Marshalls donated its Waterside, M3 seating and Academy benches from its Landscape Protection collection.

To find out more about Marshalls, visit its member profile here.

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