At Worcester we’ve honoured the royal birth by making a one-off baby blue boiler, which we’ll raffle off to raise money for Acorn’s children’s charity. We’ve used our very own mini new arrival, the Greenstar CDi Compact – our smallest ever condensing combi boiler – to create the bite-sized offering.
We rolled out the red carpet on the factory floor to celebrate our own new arrival coming off the production line. Steve Ward, our specialist in manufacturing was on hand to safely stick the prestigious ‘Worcester’ badge on the front of the mini boiler.
Now in pride of place at Worcester, Bosch Group HQ our baby blue CDi compact is waiting to be claimed. For your chance to win this one-off piece of heating history you’ll need to head to the ‘baby boy-ler’ Just Giving page and donate £5. All the proceeds of the raffle will go towards a charity which is close to our hearts – Acorns Children Hospice based in Worcester.
Our consumer brand manager, Sue Pennington was joined by Rachel Cranny, corporate fundraising at Acorns Children’s Charity when the baby boiler received its final touches.
Sue said: “As a British heating manufacturer with a Royal Warrant, we couldn’t let such a momentous occasion pass us by. This year, we too welcomed a mini addition to the Worcester Greenstar family and so we thought it would be a great way for us to pay tribute to the future monarch by creating a blue version of our own baby boiler.
“Today will be a memorable day in British history and at Worcester we are proud to do something special to celebrate.”
The team here at Worcester are no stranger to royal engagements as we have been awarded a Royal Warrant in recognition of supplying quality goods to Her Majesty, the Queen. Earlier this year, our CEO Richard Soper, was presented with a CBE for his services to the heating and renewable technology industries.
We’re delighted to be able to honour the Royal birth and raise money for such a worthy cause at the same time. For more details on the raffle and to donate follow head to our Just Giving page.
By Sue Pennington, Consumer Brand Manager