SHEFFIELD company Peak Art Clocks is always happy to find the time for supporting St Luke’s Hospice.
The Dore-based family business creates striking, oversized wall clocks, adding a fresh approach to interior design.
And 10 per cent of proceeds from sales from the bespoke, handcrafted time pieces has been going to St Luke’s, raising a total of £1,050 to date.
The auction of one of the company’s bespoke clocks also raised over £900 at the last St Luke’s Enchanted Winter Ball.
And a similar piece will be among the auction items at Sheffield’s forthcoming Construction Ball, again supporting St Luke’s.
“Peak Arts Clocks have been incredibly generous to us and their support continues to be invaluable,” said St Luke’s Corporate Fundraising Manager Jack Kidder.
Anna Siodelska of Peak Art Clocks said: “We feel privileged to support St Luke’s hospice and hope our contributions will have positive long term impact. As a small family business just a few miles away we believe that supporting local community is extremely important”