A WEST Cumbrian charity has benefited from the generosity of nuclear workers.

The Sellafield Snowball Fund has helped Hospice at Home West Cumbria buy a smart TV and computer for its Finkle Street therapy and resource centre in Workington. Anne Farrer, head of facilities at the charity, said: “Until now we have managed all our presentations and training by using an old projector, laptop and a blank wall at the back of the room as the screen. We are thrilled with the state-of-the-art smart TV with attached computer, funded by the kindness and generosity of the Sellafield Snowball Fund. We cannot express what a difference this will make to all our future activities.”

Willie Reid, of the fund, said: “We welcome opportunities to strengthen the support services that help West Cumbrians through challenging life experiences. Hospice at Home is a key provider.”