Praise for a story of hope, faith and commitment that built a children’s hospice

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Source: Slough Observer

The battle to get a children’s hospice for Berkshire has been praised as ‘an incredible story of hope, faith and commitment’.

The comment was made by Cllr Atiq Ahmad Bhatti, social media co-ordinator for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Elders Association Slough and Burnham, as the organisation presented a cheque for £500 to the co-founder of the new hospice Fiona Devine.

Cllr Bhatti, who is also a Burnham Parish councillor, said: “The Alexander Devine Hospice is an incredible story of hope, faith and commitment. We are fortunate to be able to witness this beautiful building that is equipped with state of the art features and will provide facilities for children and parents alike whilst they stay here.”

The cheque was handed over outside the new hospice building in Snowball Hill, Maidenhead.

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