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Bury bath bomb business owner shows appreciation for front-line NHS staff




A small business is to donate hand-made bath bomb products to NHS workers.

Lisa Fisher, who runs ‘Miss Fizzy Winkles’ from her home in Moreton Hall and creates everything by hand, is donating her products to show her appreciation for staff and help with their mental wellbeing during the current virus crisis.

She has designed rainbow and blue heart-shaped bath bombs to match NHS colours and will send one to Bury care homes or West Suffolk Hospital for every one bought by customers.

Moreton Hall - Bath bombs for the NHS..Lisa Fisher who has her own bath products/soap making company is donating packages of bath bombs to NHS workers. Picture by Mark Westley.
Moreton Hall - Bath bombs for the NHS..Lisa Fisher who has her own bath products/soap making company is donating packages of bath bombs to NHS workers. Picture by Mark Westley.

While Mrs Fisher is giving her time for free, she has invited customers to help by donating, if they are able, to cover the cost of ingredients for items added to her donation boxes.

She said: “I’m enjoying working to make products for those who care for others and I want to say a big thank you to those who have donated to me.”

Lisa is our Suffolk Star for this week. Do you know someone else who has gone the extra mile? Let us know – email news@buryfreepress.co.uk

NHS staff show their thanks for one of the donation boxes (32866668)
NHS staff show their thanks for one of the donation boxes (32866668)

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