WARRINGTON Wolves legend Ben Westwood is cooking up a treat for NHS workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic.

Super Bennie’s Food Emporium and the Warrington Wolves Charitable Foundation have teamed up to offer free bacon, sausage and egg butties to Warrington Hospital staff ‘to show their gratitude’.

The ex-Wire forward moved into the world of catering at the end of the 2019 season after 17 years of turning out in the primrose and blue.

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And his food wagon will be stationed at the Lovely Lane site from 1pm for the next two Mondays handing out well-deserved freebies.

Foundation director Neil Kelly said: “Each year, the first grade have visited the hospital with Christmas boxes and Easter Eggs.

“This year is different, and the focus has been put on the caring staff who do their job day to day – this time they are putting their lives on the line to save lives.

“To show our support, super Bennie and the foundation wanted to do something.

“Bennie’s new venture after retiring as a true people’s champion is to focus on feeding the workers, and what better way to give something back than to feed our workforce?

“The players have all pitched in to support – with Stantons of Cheshire supplying the meat and Abbeys Farm the eggs.”