West End star Elaine Page is getting behind the campaign encouraging people to volunteer as the voluntary hospital trolley service restarts after lockdowns
The drive, inspired by the incredible response to The Sun’s ‘Jabs Army’ campaign, comes as the Royal Voluntary Service seeks to restart its voluntary trolley service after it had to be axed due to Covid restrictions.
Speaking about the campaign, Elaine Page said: “Having been behind a hospital trolley myself and seeing how the warm-hearted volunteers can raise patients’ spirits, I can only imagine how much they have been missed on wards over the past two years.
“Now trolley services are back, I am urging people to see for themselves what a remarkable difference they can make to the wellbeing of someone who is likely experiencing a difficult time.”
She added: “Donating your time to support others is a wonderful thing.”
Read more about The Sun’s ‘Big Trolley Push’ here.