To be in for a chance of winning, a nominee must meet the following criteria: 1) Living with a physical disability or impairment, 2) Reaching an advanced age with mobility an issue.
Organisers state that the prize is ‘ideal for someone wanting a “bath out, shower in” renovation, or for someone whose current bathroom layout is causing problems’. The whole package includes an Aqualisa Digital Shower, plus everything needed for a proper frameless shower area (tiles, glass panel, shower tray, tanking system etc.) worth over £2,500.
Jim Paddley, owner of & So To Bathe, explained: “This competition is all about giving a little bit back to the Horsham area, which has treated us fabulously for 12 years. We all know someone less fortunate than ourselves, and we’re open to hearing all nominations.”
To nominate a deserving person, entrants must visit the company’s website, andsotobathe.co.uk (andsotobathe.co.uk), and write 200-300 words about why their nominee is worthy of a free accessible shower area.
A separate installation fee of £1,999 covers: the removal of a bath or old shower, plumbing and electrical changes, installation of new products and tiling. The & So To Bathe team can recommend one of their trusted installers to start in January, or the winner can use their own fitter.