Royal Navy sailors lend a helping hand

Front to back, Leading Hands Ben Surman, Callum Chamber, Nick Donnachie and Owen Hosell

Front to back, Leading Hands Ben Surman, Callum Chamber, Nick Donnachie and Owen Hosell

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FOUR Royal Navy sailors from HMS Collingwood spent the last week of their training helping out at a hospice for the terminally ill.

In the last week of their course before they join their ships, sailors from the Leading Seaman (Communication Information Systems) course spend three days lending a hand at the Rowans Hospice in Purbrook.

They sorted and bagged up the hospice’s winter stock which will be sold at its fundraising outlets and cleaned and repainted stock rooms.

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