The Sussex Snowdrop Trust receives a cheque for £500 from the Palmers Ale Fund

The Sussex Snowdrop Trust receives a cheque for £500 from the Palmers Ale Fund


The Sussex Snowdrop Trust,the Chichester based charity that provides ‘Care at Home’ for children with life threatening or terminal illnesses and support for their families was chosen to receive the donation by Brian & Louise Eveleigh, licensees of the Shore Inn East Wittering.

“Palmers Brewery is proud to have supplied the Shore Inn since 2009,” said Sarah New, Palmers Accounts Manager for Hampshire and West Sussex. “In recognition of their support over the years I was proud to offer Brian and Louise the opportunity to nominate a charity to receive a donation from the Palmers Ale Fund. I am delighted with their choice to support the Snowdrop Trust which does such valuable work in West Sussex and that has such a positive impact on the lives of local children and their families.”

The Palmers Ale Fund makes two awards of £500 each November to charities associated with the brewery’s free trade accounts. The brewery invites existing Palmers accounts to nominate charities that they are currently working with. For more information or to obtain an application form contact enquiries@palmersbrewery.com.

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