Posted 18th May

Whirlpool donates appliances to Laura Hamilton's café

By KBBDaily on 18th May 2017 - 08:00am

Whirlpool's Hotpoint and Indesit brands have donated two fridges and a freezer to the café owned by Channel 4's A Place in the Sun presenter Laura Hamilton, pictured, and her husband Alex Goward.

The Purley-based café, called Lord Roberts on the Green, was formerly the post office in Upper Woodcote village in Purley and has been turned into a coffee shop and convenience store. Hotpoint provided Hamilton with two under-counter freestanding RLA36G fridges in a graphite finish, while Indesit donated its UIAA 12 S freezer in silver.

“We are really pleased to have been able to help with Laura Hamilton’s renovation project,” said brand communications director Ian Moverly. “It’s great to see that providing the Hotpoint and Indesit appliances really helped to complete the café on time. Whirlpool UK Appliances Limited is proud to be a part in helping bring the community together in Purley.”

Hamilton added: “Alex and I are so pleased to see Lord Roberts on The Green up and running. It was such a fast renovation, thankfully we managed to get everything ready and in place for our grand opening on 10th April. We are very grateful to Hotpoint and Indesit for delivering the fridges and freezer so quickly.”


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