Posted 4th Dec 2018

Zanussi donates products to Britain’s biggest family

By KBBDaily on 4th December 2018 - 15:26pm
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Zanussi has donated several appliances to the Radfords, Britain’s biggest family who have just celebrated the arrival of their 21st child.

According to Zanussi, Sue and Noel Radford do nine loads of washing a day, 63 loads of tumble drying a week and they empty the dishwasher 21 times a week too.

As well as this, the family cooks 441 meals a week, with mum Sue getting up at 6am every day to ensure all the kids are fed, clothed and out of the house on time.

“When we heard that Sue and Noel were having another baby, we jumped at the chance to help prepare the family for their newest arrival and ease the load of Britain’s biggest family,” said Zanussi marketing head Chris George.

“By providing them with brand new Zanussi appliances we hope to make life simpler and easier for them. The Radford clan will be able to spend less energy doing chores and will have more time to spend together as a family.”

Noel Radford added: “We were really excited when Zanussi reached out to us. With such a big family we spend a lot of time on household chores; time that could be spent together as a family.

“Balancing the all-consuming needs of a newborn with 18 other children can be quite a challenge. It’s great that now we can do just that and don’t have to waste precious family time!”

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