Easter egg appeal in aid of bringing joy to the community

When the cheeky Haslington Lodge Care Home Chicken ate the Easter egg hunt chocolate she felt so bad she vowed to make amends.

Eager to make a difference, and to make sure there is plenty of chocolate for everyone, she is hoping to gather some 500 Easter eggs in the hope of donating them to the local emergency services; Police, Fire Brigade, Ambulance Service, and those most in need, the homeless.

Can the community of Dartford come together and help this very cheeky care home chicken make that difference and put a smile on peoples’ faces this coming Easter by sharing a little bit of chocolate joy!

Sally Ann Briggs, Manager at Haslington Lodge Care Home says: “With Easter just round the corner we thought we’d do something to bring a little joy to our community by saying thank you to the men and women who make up our emergency services and those in the community who find themselves in a less fortunate position by providing the homeless an Easter Egg just to say, we do care and they are not ignored. It would really make our day if we could make this happen, if the community got behind us we know we could. Any donation of Easter treats, large or small would be very much appreciated.”

If you would like to donate to this community Easter egg appeal all you need to do is drop your donation off at the Haslington Lodge Care Home, Bean Rd, Greenhithe DA9 9JB.

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