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Bluebird Care joins forces in Tub2Pub campaign to aid Macmillan Cancer Support

Leading home care provider, Bluebird Care Southend and Rochford, Redbridge, Epping, and Harlow, Mid Essex, and West Essex, has once again demonstrated its commitment to community service by participating in Greene King’s Tub2Pub campaign. This initiative aims to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support through the collection of empty chocolate and cracker boxes.

Every year, Greene King pubs rally support to collect empty chocolate and cracker boxes, with all proceeds going directly to Macmillan Cancer Support. This year, Bluebird Care eagerly joined the cause, mobilizing its team and engaging the wider community to contribute to this noble endeavour.

The response was overwhelming, with parents, teachers, and pupils from across the region generously donating their empty tubs. From Darlinghurst School in Westcliff to Heart Felt Balloons in Hadleigh, the community rallied together to help Macmillan Cancer Support.

Together with the Bluebird Care team and customers, over 560 empty chocolate and cracker plastic tubs were collected, showing the remarkable spirit of generosity and cooperation within the community. These tubs will be sent to a plastic recycling centre for shredding, with all proceeds from the project directly benefiting Macmillan Cancer Support.

This collective effort was marked by a gathering at The Moulsham Inn in Chelmsford, where Bluebird Care team members, alongside representatives from Greene King and Macmillan Cancer Support, celebrated the success of the campaign.

Karen Packford, Team Leader at The Moulsham Inn said:

“We’re blown away with the support shown by the team at Bluebird Care for Greene King’s Tub2Pub campaign. It’s fantastic to see the community come together and help us raise vital funds for Macmillan Cancer Support.”

Lucy McCormack, Director of Bluebird Care Southend and Rochford, Redbridge, Epping, and Harlow, Mid Essex, and West Essex, also stated:

“I am so proud of the Bluebird Care Essex and Redbridge participation in the collection of the chocolate tubs, giving back is really what it is all about. It was great to see all the members from our care experts to the administration team connect and compete over the quantity of tubs collected by each office and for a great cause too.”

Kirsty

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