Together with local businesses, Musson Liggins have donated a total of 141 Easter eggs to an initiative headed by The Forces Bike Shed and South Broxtowe Children’s Centre which looks to deliver Easter eggs to some of the most deprived children and families in the Chilwell, Stapleford and Beeston areas of Nottingham.
With support from their generous contributors, the scheme looks to ensure that even the most vulnerable children in the south Broxtowe area receive an Easter Egg this weekend, so that they are able to enjoy the Easter festivities alongside the rest of their community.
As well as ourselves at Musson Liggins, other donators include M&S Chilwell, Advanced Roofing, and the shoppers at Tesco in Toton.
David Bladen, Director at Musson Liggins and whose sister is involved in organising the charitable scheme, expressed how thrilled he is that the company is to be involved with this Easter Egg collection; “this is just one small example of Musson Liggins’ ongoing commitment to charitable causes and supporting our local Nottinghamshire communities.”
South Broxtowe Children’s Centre will be distributing the chocolate eggs on Easter Sunday at the Chilwell Children’s Centre and we wish them the very best in their admirable cause!
Pictured below: representatives from Haven Food Bank and South Broxtowe Children’s Centre. Left: Dave Mansfield (Haven Food Bank). Right: Katie Godber (Sure Start).