Harcourt Developments embarks on anti-Covid charity drive
The building group has set up donation points at all its properties to help support frontline medical staff battling to quell the coronavirus
Harcourt Developments, which owns regional shopping centres around the country, has set up donation points at each of its properties to support hospital patients and frontline medical staff during the Covid-19 crisis.
The group has put out donation trollies at their shopping centres where shoppers can leave toiletries for patients or staff at their local hospitals after realising that both were short of everyday items due to the restrictions on visits during the pandemic.
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