WARRINGTON Wolves star Chris Hill is offering a free kitchen to a key worker who really deserves it via his new venture.

The England prop runs Immerse Bathrooms in Warrington town centre and is ready to open a second showroom offering kitchens when lockdown eases.

Now he and fellow directors of the firm want to offer a free kitchen to a key worker who is keeping Warrington moving during the coronavirus pandemic.

Chris, co-captain of The Wire, said: “While our showroom may have been closed during lockdown we have been making the most of the time and working hard to fit out our second showroom adding kitchens to our portfolio, alongside our established bathroom business.

“Along the way we have been inspired by the many stories we have heard about Warrington residents going above and beyond and showing true community spirit during the pandemic.

“To celebrate such fantastic contributions alongside our upcoming first year anniversary at Immerse Bathrooms and the launch of our new kitchen showroom – Factory Kitchens Warrington – we are looking to reward a Warrington resident who has shown incredible kindness, courage or service to the community during the pandemic.”

Winners will be chosen by the Immerse Bathrooms and Factory Kitchens judging panel; Peter Kindness, director Immerse Bathrooms Ltd and Factory Kitchens Warrington; Chris Hill and Steven Broomhead, chief executive of Warrington Borough Council.

The winner will be selected from a shortlist produced by the team, who will consider every public nomination received.

Entries will close at 12pm on Friday, June 19.

To enter, visit immersebathrooms.co.uk and fill in the online form.