Little Owl Farm Supports Dr Kershaw’s Through the Pandemic

23 Mar 2021

Oldham based, Little Owl Farm has been one of the many businesses impacted by Covid, yet despite their own challenges they are supporting their local Hospice, Dr Kershaw’s. Owned by John Beck and partner, Cindy Bramhall, the farm contacted the Hospice to see how they could help.

Since Christmas, they have been selling Dr Kershaw’s calendars and diaries in their farm shop which is still able to remain open to service local residents.

Cindy said: "We know people who have been touched by Dr Kershaw’s and how important the Hospice is to the community. We just wanted to help in any way we could.”

Rebecca Bentham, the Hospice’s Director of Income Development and Marketing commented: “The help of local organisations is invaluable for our Hospice, we can’t thank Cindy and John enough!

If your organisation would like to support Dr Kershaw’s please call 0161 624 9984 or


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