Angel Springs, the UK’s leading service provider of both bottled and mains-fed water coolers, provided the venue for a unique radio broadcast last Friday. Outspoken Black Country DJ Dicky Dodd, from Wolverhampton station Wolf Radio, hit the decks at Angel Springs’ headquarters in Ettingshall to broadcast his breakfast show. The event was supporting the Bring a Pound to Work day, run by Compton Hospice in Wolverhampton. Angel Springs actively supports Compton Hospice’s fundraising efforts as part of its Angels in the Community scheme. The hospice’s Bring a Pound to Work Day encourages workers across the Black Country to take a pound to work to donate to Compton’s Raise the Roof Project. The Raise the Roof Project aims to generate up to £1 million funding for improvements around the hospice, which has provided expert palliative care for terminal patients for more than 25 years. Angel Springs has been very active in supporting Compton Hospice for the past three years, helping with various fundraisers such as the It’s a Knockout event, and making donations through its award-winning Payroll Giving Scheme. Rachel Jones, commercial manager, had the following comments “This was the second time Angel Springs has hosted the Dicky Dodd show and had fun whilst raising money for both Bring a Pound to Work day and Jeans for Genes day. “Dicky Dodd is a much-loved local radio personality and Angel Springs was delighted to welcome him, and the Wolf Radio crew, back to our head office in Ettingshall” Angel Springs raised a total of £80.00 which will be evenly split and donated to both charities!