In recognition of the care his wife received Dave Garrington from Bayston Hill has presented staff at Severn Hospice with a beautiful oil painting.

Dr Garrington commissioned wildlife artist Ben Waddam to create the piece depicting a local scene featuring Shropshire wildlife.

The painting was presented to members of staff from the charity’s Perry Ward on the second anniversary of Sally’s death.

Dr Garrington said: “The care both Sally and I received at the hospice has made such a difference, everyone here is wonderful and go out of their way to help you. I wanted to do something to say thank you in some small way.

“The painting is a collage showing some of the wildlife that Sally encountered during her many walks with family and friends in our wonderful Shropshire countryside of which she was so fond.”

Heather Palin, director of care and deputy chief executive at Severn Hospice, said: “The painting that Mr Garrington has donated is just beautiful and I’m sure patients and their visitors will enjoy spotting all the different wildlife.  I would like to thank Mr Garrington for his very generous gift and Ben for producing such a tribute to Sally.”



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