We’re taking to the road again, delivering gifts of our alcohol-free cider Zero to front line workers at hospitals and ambulance stations throughout the South West.
Over the last week we’ve been to Yeovil Hospital, Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital and South-West Ambulance Stations across Devon, Somerset, Wiltshire & Bristol where we delivered supplies of Zero to paramedics and NHS workers.
During the early part of the year, we gave away 15,000 bottles of alcohol-free Zero cider to those on the front line throughout the West Country with a big thank you from everyone at Thatchers.
Now, we’re on the road again, with more deliveries taking place supporting hospital and ambulance workers during Lockdown 2.0.
Martin Thatcher, fourth generation cider maker says, “During lockdown we’re thinking of all those working on the front line looking out for us all and taking care of those in need.
“Now more than ever we need to think of our communities, so we’re sending cider to health care workers with our thanks and appreciation for all they’re doing.”