Worksop: Easter eggs are wanted for a donation to Bassetlaw Hospital Children’s Ward

Donations of Easter Eggs are wanted for Bassetlaw Hospital Children's Ward

Donations of Easter Eggs are wanted for Bassetlaw Hospital Children's Ward

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Members of staff at Discount Secondhand Jewellery store in Worksop are collecting Easter eggs to donate to local children.

They are aiming to collect at least 50 chocolate eggs from the general public to donate for a special Easter egg treat this year for children at Bassetlaw Hospital.

People are being asked to drop in Easter eggs at the store in Bridge Street, Worksop.

Donations can be made any day up to 1st April and customers can also donate £1 and H&T staff will buy an Easter egg or a teddy to add to the collection.

The store will also be holding an Easter Egg hunt for children in on Saturday 4th April.

Parents can make a small donation for their children to take part, the hunt involves visiting local shops to find all of the coloured eggs hidden in the windows.

Once the children have completed the hunt they come back to the store and receive a special Easter goody bag.

The jewellery store is a keen supporter of Bassetlaw hospital and for the last two years they have held a Christmas fun day to collect toys and raise money for the children’s ward.