"This has upset a lot of people. There is a lady here in her 90s who has made jam for the hospice for years and she is devastated.
"People have been donating their produce to the shops for a long time without any problems. We have never had any complaints before.
"But we were told this week the hospice would no longer accept it. This has put a lot of people's backs up.
"These health and safety rules are totally out of control. You can't do anything nowadays, it's barmy.
"What's the difference between this and taking produce to a harvest festival or a gala day? Are those going to come under threat now?
"We don't blame the hospice; they do a wonderful job and they are only following orders.
"But it will be the poor folk who are patients there that lose out because of this."