Isabel Hospice looks to Karndean to complete its new Hatfield shop

We’ve helped save vital funds for a charity which provides free palliative care for adults with life-limiting illnesses by providing a free floor to complete its latest Hatfield shop.

Our ’40 Free Floors for 40 Good Causes’ appeal has not only helped transform Isabel Hospice’s new Hatfield shop with Karndean floors throughout, it has also saved the charity more than £5,000, which can now be used to pay for 33 home visits by Isabel’s Clinical Nursing team.

Joining forces with our local commercial flooring partner, Hertfordshire based Broxbourne Flooring Ltd, we recommended our Van Gogh ‘Walnut’ flooring as the perfect solution to cater for the heavy footfall predicted in this retail space.

Take a look at the finished space, we’re sure you’ll agree it looks fantastic…

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 Above and below images show Walnut VGW87T from our Van Gogh collection available in the UK and Australia.

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Here’s what Matt Seccombe, director of trading at Isabel Hospice had to say…

“The flooring brings an extra dimension to our newest charity shop in Hatfield. It had to be hardwearing due to the large footfall, but also look stylish, really lifting the look of the shop. We are delighted with the finished floor, and very grateful to Karndean for doing such a great job and helping us save vital funds.

“What’s more, being so durable and easy to clean it means our store will look great for longer, so our staff can spend more time raising money by selling our charity goods, rather than having to worry about scuffs and wear.”

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