Help make Easter eggs-tra special for children in care

By Connie Osborne Friday 04 April 2014 Updated: 04/04 09:29

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Buy photos » eResponse staff Tina White and Alisha Savage are calling on residents and businesses to donate Easter eggs. (s)

A TOWN centre business is calling on residents to help make Easter eggs-tra special for children in care.

Staff at eResponse Recruitment are hoping to collect 100 of the chocolate goodies to donate to youngsters in care homes.

Tina White, marketing and communications manager, said: "We don’t want children in care to go without the simple treat of an Easter egg. It will mean an awful lot to so many local children if we can all dig a little deeper and remember people less fortunate than ourselves."

The chocolate treats can be dropped off at the branch on Church Green West, while those who want to help with the campaign should e-mail twhite@e-responserecruitment.co.uk to offer their support.

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