‘Adapted and evolved’

Bond It donates 100 bottles of sanitiser to Overgate Hospice
Bond It donates 100 bottles of sanitiser to Overgate Hospice

Bond It, one of the UK’s fastest growing manufacturers of sealants, adhesives and building chemicals says it has ‘adapted and evolved’ in a world dramatically changed by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Bond It’s adhesive was used in the construction of a 500-bed capacity NHS Nightingale Hospital, the Harrogate Convention Centre by one of its major customers. It was opened on 21April by Captain Tom Moore, the then 99-year-old army veteran who at the time had raised more £27m to support health service workers.

Bond It has formulated a hand sanitiser and a hand and surface sanitiser in response to the upsurge in demand for these products. Said to be manufactured to approved WHO formulation, these are now available throughout its network of independent merchants.

Supporting one of its chosen local charities, Bond It recently donated 100 bottles of sanitiser to NHS Overgate Hospice, Elland, which has been providing palliative care to the Calderdale community since 1981. Jess Bailey, events fundraiser at the Hospice, commented: “A huge thank you to Bond It for kindly donating 100 bottles of hand sanitiser to the Hospice. This will help our doctors and nurses continue to care for our patients during these unsettling times. Thank you for your continued support.”