Totnes Rotary Club has been working closely with The Design and Technology Department at King Edward VI Community College to
coordinated the manufacture and distribution of Personal Protection Equipment Visors to local NHS and Care providers in the Totnes and South Hams area over the last three weeks.
The scheme as been supported by the college's Foundation Governors, the Totnes Rotary Club and The Totnes Hospital League of Friends. To-date we have delivered over 330 visors with orders for 120+ more in the pipeline.
Grateful recipients have included Leatside Surgery Totnes, Dartmouth Medical Centre , the Totnes Ambulance team, Totnes Hospital, Compass House Medical Centre, Bramblewood Care Home, Devon Doctors, Robins Respite Centre Dartington, Puddavine Care Home, Unicare Devon who provide support for independent living in the home in the South Hams region, and more.
The Foundation Governors, The Totnes Rotary Club and Totnes Hospital League of Friends have not only supported this project financially but logistically thus ensuring on-going material supplies. Collectively we have provided 3 new 3D printers and an additional new Laser Cutter. The installation of these will allow stepping up of production of PPE visors over the coming months and ensure a positive and lasting legacy.
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