Luxury hamper presented to Age UK survey participant

Earlier this year always possible was commissioned by Age UK West Sussex, Brighton & Hove (WSBH) to undertake some research to help inform their commercial strategy. 

Part of our work was to design and distribute a survey which focused on people’s expectations and concerns about ageing. The survey was open to anyone in West Sussex, Brighton & Hove but we were particularly keen to hear from people in the 40-60 age bracket so that services could be planned now that would meet future needs.

All participants had the option to be entered into a draw to win a £250 wellbeing hamper. And this week our Head of Delivery, Sarah Freeman, went along with Jo Clarke from Age UK WSBH to present the hamper to the lucky winner Kiran Harrison (and her grand-daughter Jasmyn).

Jo Clarke from Age UK and Sarah Freeman from always possible present an F&M luxury hamper to winner Kiran Harrison and her grand-daughter Jasmyn

L-R Jasmyn Harrison, Jo Clarke, Kiran Harrison, Sarah Freeman

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