Liquid’s an asset to the community
THE group behind Liquid nightclub in Uxbridge has helped fund new equipment at Hillingdon Hospital’s paediatric unit.
Echo Trust, a charity created by Deltic Group Ltd with the purpose of helping sick children and young adults, donated £3,360 to Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
The charity provides grants for essential medical equipment using donations raised at its bars and clubs.
Liquid nightclub nominated the trust’s paediatric unit to receive this donation.
Beth Rogers, manager of Liquid, said: “The donation is a way of giving back to our local community.
“We hold regular collections at the club and we nominated the hospital to benefit because of the amazing work it does to help sick children and their families.”
Hillingdon Hospital will now be able to buy two crucial pieces of equipment for their paediatric ward.
The first is an oxygen saturation monitor, which will be used on a daily basis, to determine if children are having difficulty breathing or maintaining their body oxygen levels.
The second piece of equipment to be purchased will be a patient controlled analgesia machine, which allows children to safely administer their own pain relief when they need it.