The Luxury Spa Edit Unveils Wellness For Heroes Initiative

15 May 2020
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To show gratitude to the NHS staff and key workers across the UK, The Luxury Spa Edit has teamed up with some of the country’s most exquisite spa hotels to give these essential service providers the opportunity to win a well-deserved relaxing spa break or a hamper of luxury beauty products.

Luxury spa collection website, The Luxury Spa Edit, has come together with some of the most prestigious spa hotels across the UK in a bid to say a big thank you to those putting their own lives at risk to help others during the Covid-19 pandemic. Through the Wellness for Heroes initiative, these incredible people can stand a chance to win a relaxing getaway or indulgent product hamper.

Properties that have donated to the Wellness For Heroes initiative include The Langley, Beaverbrook, Lucknam Park, The Grove, Stoke Park, The Langham, Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, South Lodge, Pennyhill Park, Ockenden Manor, Bailiffscourt, St Michaels Resort, Grantley Hall, Seaham Hall, Thyme, Rockliffe Hall and Archerfield House. Spa brands that have donated include Temple Spa, Elemental Herbology and Germaine de Capuccini.

“These are worrying and uncertain times for all of us, but those working on the frontline have the added anxiety of putting themselves at risk on a daily basis” said The Luxury Spa Edit founder Lisa Brown. “Sadly I, along with many others, have a loved one who has been hospitalised with the Covid-19 virus. Our NHS staff are under a huge amount of pressure and doing an incredible job to help save lives every day. I’m also mindful of the key workers – carers, public service and education workers – that are keeping us all going through this difficult time. I’m incredibly grateful to our spa partners who have been so generous with their donations. Our competitions will allow some of our heroes to take a much deserved wellness break.”

Instructions to enter the Wellness for Heroes competition can be found at here and is open to all NHS staff and key frontline workers until July 31st.