Didsbury Gin to donate hand sanitiser for Transport for Greater Manchester

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Didsbury Gin is pleased to announce that it will be donating Transport for Greater Manchester with 3,500 bottles of hand sanitiser, having switched up production to manufacture hand sanitisers.

A company born and bred in Manchester, Didsbury Gin has grown from strength to strength since it’s inception in 2017 and is proud to be supporting a pillar of the Mancunian community during these uncertain times as more people begin to return to work.

Liam Manton, founder of Didsbury Gin, said: “The chancellors’ comments about ‘being judged by our capacity for compassion’ at the beginning of this challenging period really struck a chord with us. We are extremely proud to have been able to step up and do our bit for the community particularly for those services like TFGM that are on the front line making sure our community are getting around the city as safe as possible.”

Earlier this year, Didsbury Gin donated 15,000 disposable face masks and 20,000 bottles of hand sanitiser to Greater Manchester Local Authorities to help support their Health & Social Care services with the ongoing fight against Coronavirus.