HOME-shopping giant Damart – whose warehousing facility is at Steeton – has shown its support to NHS key workers.

The company has donated sets of thermals to staff at Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust’s Lynfield Mount Hospital.

A team of 30 out-of-hours district nurses will benefit from the donation.

Ben Phillips, head of e-commerce at Damart, said: “We are all so grateful to the amazing NHS workers and everyone who works at Lynfield Mount for their heroic efforts during the current crisis.

“We wanted to show our support and thank them by donating sets of our thermals to help keep these heroes warm and comfortable whilst carrying out their vital work.”

The firm has also recently donated thermals to the Covid-19 team and dental service based within the hospital.

Helen Barker, community team leader with the out-of-hours district nursing team at Lynfield Mount, said: “The workload for our team is extremely unpredictable and understandably more stressful than ever.

“We are so thrilled Damart has shown its support by donating some of its famous thermals.”