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Sir Trevor & Lady Brooking are announced as Patrons

Sir Trevor & Hilkka are big name signings for the Hospice
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Pam Court, CEO of Saint Francis Hospice is excited to announce that Sir Trevor and Lady Brooking have become patrons of the local charity.


Sir Trevor & Hilkka are longstanding supporters of the hospice, attending golf days and the annual ladies lunch but this year they dedicated even more time to the charity and officially opened the hospice day services 'Pemberton Place' following a relaunch. 


Pam Court CEO, Sir Trevor & Lady Brooking & Malcom Miller


Sir Trevor also agreed to start off the runners at the annual Santathon fundraising event in Dagenham in December, unfortunately heavy snow lead to the event being postponed until March 25th but Sir Trevor being the generous gentleman he is has agreed to honour his commitment and will start off the 500 Santas signed up to attend.


When asked why they had chosen to become Patrons, Sir Trevor said "the hospice is fundamental to everyone who lives in the area and with people living longer I am very conscious of the challenge and the need for Saint Francis Hospice Services."


Pam Court CEO, Sir Trevor & Lady Brooking & Malcom Miller


Hilkka continued "a lady who worked for us a few years ago came here, she was extremely well taken care of and that was the first time I visited here and I must be honest I was in awe of what I found and how well she was cared for, the place wasn't as daunting as I thought and that's where my interest started."


Pam Court, CEO said "I am thrilled Sir Trevor & Hilkka have decided to become Patrons, she said they are such genuine, lovely people they have such an affinity with the hospice and  have a genuine interest having already committed their time to us which is priceless.  A huge thank you to both of them for getting involved.


Pam Court CEO, Sir Trevor & Lady Brooking & Malcom Miller


"When Sir Trevor and Hilkka come to the hospice, our staff, volunteers and patients are always excited to see them. Sir Trevor is so obliging coming in a number of times to sign memorabilia as he has so many requests."


When asked if he was surprised by the amount of attention and interest he receives he said "I am very lucky because even though I finished playing football a long time ago I've had various roles that have kept me in the public eye and we've always lived in this area and it seems 80/90% of the people are West Ham Fans."


Pam Court CEO, Sir Trevor & Lady Brooking & Malcom Miller


Hilkka says she is not really surprised because West Ham fans are really very loyal "I have always said in our marriage the third person is West Ham United and at least I can say I love her."

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