The Countess of Wessex
UNITED KINGDOM

THE COUNTESS OF WESSEX ST JOHN AMBULANCE AND DISABILITY INITIATIVE

The Countess of Wessex Visited St John Ambulance

On June 23, The Countess of Wessex, Patron of St John Ambulance visited the charity’s Operational Support Hub to meet and thank volunteers for their work since the COVID-19 outbreak.

‪Volunteers at the Hub in Gosport have been responsible for distributing clothing and personal protective equipment (PPE) to 32 different St John Ambulance sites in the United Kingdom, where the charity is supporting the NHS on the frontline.



Sophie of Wessex Countess helped to organise these deliveries and PPE shipments to be sent to ambulance crews, specialist cleaners, hospital staff and first aiders.

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For St John’s Day, June 24, Her Royal Highness also paid tribute to everyone at the Hub and others working with St John Ambulance, who have contributed over 115,000 hours of voluntary service since the outbreak began.



The Countess of Wessex visited Disability Initiative

On June 24, The Countess of Wessex visited Disability Initiative, a charity supporting adults with complex physical disabilities at day in Surrey and Hampshire.

She wore Cefinn green belted dress, Penelope Chilvers “Agatha” sandals, and Aurelie Bidermann snake hoop earrings.

Sophie of Wessex, who has been Patron of Disability Initiative since 2003, helped put together activity packs and bake scones for delivery to clients’ homes.

During her visit to the Camberley Resource Centre, The Countess saw how the charity have adapted with the pandemic crisis.



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