Heswal Supermarket donates Easter eggs to the viral community

A community champion at a supermarket in Heswal, Virral has donated nearly 500 Easter eggs to those in need throughout the community.

Lindsay Kennedy, a community champion at Tesco Heswal, helps distribute eggs to vulnerable children, care home residents, hospital staff and the sick and homeless.

Donations began when the Rotary Club of Heswal came to the store to contribute 125 eggs to Tesco’s upcoming donation drive.

Easter eggs are ready to be distributed to those in need throughout Viral

Lindsay said: “Easter is generally a time to spend time with family, but we appreciate that in the present circumstances this is not possible for many.

“We hope these acts of kindness give a gesture of support to those in our community.”

Lindsay Kennedy with Easter Egg Collection

Lindsay Kennedy with Easter Egg Collection

Tesco, which worked with The Rotary Club, doubled the number of eggs.

Lindsay, with a representative from the Rotary Club, spent the day delivering pleasant surprises to hospitals across the community, much to the delight of residents.

Easter eggs are left in the care home

Easter eggs are left in the care home

An additional 70 eggs donated by local customers have been distributed to patients and staff at Lindsay Viral University Teaching Hospital.

The final 150 eggs will be distributed to vulnerable children and homeless adults in the community.

Sophia Harrison

Part time worker

I'm Sophia Harrison working as a part-time staff at the Costco since the past year until I become as an author at the iron blade, hope I can use my experiences with the supermarkets here.

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