Banner donation will help charity raise its profile

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THE Rowans Hospice, which helps improve the lives of people with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses, has been given a helping hand by one of the country’s leading flag manufacturers.

The hospice is just a few miles away from Hampshire Flag Company in Waterlooville, which has donated five teardrop flags and five banner systems to the charity.

The flags and banners will help the hospice to raise its profile with more significant branding at promotional events and to boost support at fundraising events it holds throughout the year.

Ann Cooper, head of fundraising and marketing at The Rowans Hospice said: ‘The team at Hampshire Flag has been supportive of our fundraising work for some time now and we are over the moon with these new flags and banners.’