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Sawbridgeworth retailer JohnDamien part of national Kitchen for a Key Worker initiative to give a new £15,000 kitchen to the country's most deserving front-line hero




A kitchen retailer in Sawbridgeworth has joined a national initiative to offer a prize valued at £15,000 to a key worker.

JohnDamien, based at Little Hyde Hall in Hatfield Heath Road, is part of a group of independent businesses wanting to give the country's most deserving coronavirus hero a brand new fitted kitchen.

The public are being asked to nominate people who have made a real difference on the front line during the pandemic at www.facebook.com/kitchenforakeyworker, tagging in the nominee and commenting on why they deserve to win.

Kitchen for a Key Worker (37241927)
Kitchen for a Key Worker (37241927)

The competition is supported by the likes of Quooker, Silestone, Bosch and Insinkerator along with the participating kitchen retailers, whose showrooms are reopening following almost three months in lockdown.

"Our heart goes out to the people who've been serving our nation on the front line during the lockdown, keeping essential services running or even dealing with the health of Covid-19 patients," said JohnDamien managing director Damien Turley.

"We want to highlight the incredible effort and sacrifices that so many people have made and continue to make. So we've banded together to award a brand new, fully-fitted kitchen, worth up to £15,000, to the most deserving key worker in the UK."

Go to www.kitchenforakeyworker.site to find out more.



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