EASTER has been made a little more eggciting for children at the Home-Start Hub by Merseyside Police officers.
The collection was co-ordinated by Birkenhead neighbourhood team Constable Claire Walker and Constable Paul Farnworth.
Police mascot “Bobby” and community champion Debbie Layfield – from Tesco’s Bidston store – helped to deliver the eggs as well as a number of raffle prizes.
Officers in the neighbour team have been collecting eggs from local organisations for the last three years.
This year, Easter eggs were kindly donated by Birkenhead YMCA, Tesco in Bidston, ASDA Grange Road and Marks & Spencer in Birkenhead.
Eggs were also delivered to Claire House Children’s Hospice and Arrowe Park Hospital.
PC Walker said: “It was a cracking day and the smiles on the children’s faces were absolutely fantastic for me and my colleagues to see.
“It was a real team effort, not just from the officers, who handed out the donations on the day, but also the organisations who kindly donated eggs and gifts whom I’d like to thank.
“It has been a pleasure for us to have brought a little bit of cheer to these children and their parents during what can be a very difficult time.”
Article and write up by the the Wirral Globe: http://www.wirralglobe.co.uk/news/12864891.Eggciting_surprise_for_Wirral_children/