Connect with us


Ed Sheeran donates £10,000 to similar hospital that nursed his grandma



Ed Sheeran donates £10,000 to same hospital that nursed his grandma

Grammy award profitable singer Ed Sheeran lately donated £10,000 to the hospital that nursed his ailing grandmother throughout the remaining days of her life. 

The singer hopes the donation goes in the direction of the hospital’s sensory backyard and out of doors musical remedy space for these with particular wants or audiovisual disabilities.

While the donation was made underneath Sheeran’s Framlingham Foundation Trust, practically £500,000 was extracted from the singer’s private stability and went in the direction of serving to faculties close to Suffolk.

According to The Sun, the charity’s annual report reveals, “A donation to Aldeburgh Hospital League of Friends ‘Sensory Garden Project’ was given to assist with the purchase of outdoor musical instruments for the rehabilitation and recuperation of patients. Such patients include day centre clients, dementia patients and those with special needs and sensory disabilities in the community.”

The singer has at all times been near his grandmother and in accordance with an extract from Adam Kay’s new e-book Dear NHS: 100 Stories to Say Thank You, Sheeran “was lucky enough not to be on tour during my grandmother’s final months, and because I lived locally I was able to visit her every few days.”

“The care she received was incredible; the people who worked there so lovely, compassionate, funny and caring. When she passed away I wrote a song called Supermarket Flowers about the situation. The verse lyrics are about packing up her room at that hospital.”

“Me and my family became very close to the nurses who worked there and my mum is still in touch with them now. I see them from time to time when I’m in the area and it’s like meeting old friends.”

Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Copyright © 2020 NEWSZWEB. All Right Reserved