Vauxhall Motors Employees Charity Fund donated £100 toward an outdoor playground at the Countess of Chester Hospital.
Members from the charity fund visited the Chester Childbirth appeal at the Countess.
The Chester Childbirth Appeal was started in 1991, led by retired midwife Pat Daniels.
The charity has worked on many great projects such as the Japanese Gardens and the Water Birth Suite, which all help to create a personalised atmosphere within the hospital setting for parents and children.
In recognition of the honourable work the charity does, Vauxhall Motors Employee’s Charity Fund, donated the sum toward an outdoor playground for children and their siblings, and a sensory garden for those with complex medical needs.
Pat Daniels, appeal director, said: “Vauxhall were the first to donate to this project and this helped enormously in publicising the outdoor play area appeal.”
The play area was officially opened earlier this year and was dedicated to the Queen in honour of her Diamond Jubilee.