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Lloyd Wells Mortgages join our Play 4 All business challenge

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Lloyds Well Mortgages knew they wanted to take part in Play 4 All, our business challenge, after realising the impact they can have on Bristol Children’s Hospital.

Neither Pete nor I knew about sensory play prior to the challenge, but we were blown away by the power it can have on children going through the toughest of times.

Adam – Mortgage and Protection Broker, Lloyds Well Mortgages

Play 4 All asks for 25 companies to band together and raise £1,000 each in one year. Their efforts will help fund our sensory play programme.

Marius, the Sensory Play Practitioner, works with a range of children across all hospital specialities.

Some may have additional needs and others will have suffered a severe brain injury but all of them need a helping hand when it comes to adapting to life at Bristol Children’s Hospital.

Little Frayah spent lots of time in the sensory play room

Imagine how scary hospital can be for a patient. But with its bubble tubes, water bed and play equipment, Marius’ sensory play sessions help put children at ease, reminding them what it’s like to be a kid again!

Knowing, in some small way, we are putting smiles on the faces of families facing one of the scariest times in their lives is amazing.

Adam – Mortgage and Protection Broker, Lloyds Well Mortgages

To reach their target, Lloyds Well Mortgages will be donating a percentage of every completed mortgage. And that’s not all! Pete and Adam have set themselves an ambitious summer of challenges. From the Bath Half Marathon to a Half Iron Man, they’ll be training hard to reach their fundraising target.

Adam and Pete are gearing up for a summer full of fundraising

Could you and your colleagues join Lloyds Well Mortgages and make a difference to patients from across the South West? Through taking part in Play 4 All you could help give a critically ill child a safe outlet to express themselves and most importantly, make hospital a happier place to be. Sign up today.

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