Face masks or face coverings are now compulsory on public transport including trains, planes and buses and recommended to be used in busy retail settings, doctor’s surgeries and hospitals.
Princes Park Garden Centre (PPGC) now have on sale their own branded face masks not only to keep their staff safe but also to raise much needed funds for the valuable work they do.
PPGC Chair Alec McFadden said, “These are the new face masks to keep our support staff and service users safer and are now also on sale, available from the onsite Charity Shop from this Monday 22nd June. They are priced at just £3 each with all surplus money from the sales, will go to the PPGC “Meals on Wheels”.
Which provides good quality fresh healthy food Every Day delivered to the homes of our service users with learning difficulties plus many elderly, isolated and vulnerable people within the Salford Community.
The face masks will also be on sale at The PPGC Sunday Market to be held on 28th June 11am to 3pm. All welcome but social distancing and other initiatives to keep everyone safe will be in operation.”