Easter joy for children

Co-operative funeral care made a donation of Easter Eggs to Tracy Battersby from The Child Contact Centre Worksop along with Helen Azar Sadler, Co-ordinator at The Centre Place Worksop and Zoe, a representative who works with disadvantaged children and young people at the Farr Community Centre in Worksop received more than 107 eggs between them at the funeral home.   Pictured far right is Co-operative funeral care representatives Joanna Jackson and Mark Ridout  (w120403-19)
Co-operative funeral care made a donation of Easter Eggs to Tracy Battersby from The Child Contact Centre Worksop along with Helen Azar Sadler, Co-ordinator at The Centre Place Worksop and Zoe, a representative who works with disadvantaged children and young people at the Farr Community Centre in Worksop received more than 107 eggs between them at the funeral home. Pictured far right is Co-operative funeral care representatives Joanna Jackson and Mark Ridout (w120403-19)
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Staff at a Worksop funeral directors took ‘egg-stra’ care when they handed out more than a hundred Easter eggs to children in need of support.

The eggs were handed out to children by staff at Co-operative Funeral Care on Gateford Road, helped by local organisations The Child Contact Centre, Centre Place, and the Farr Community Centre on Wednesday 3rd April.

Joanna Jackson of Co-operative Funeralcare said they wanted to make Easter a special occasion for children and young people.

“We are so very grateful to members of the local community and businesses that have kindly donated eggs towards these worthy causes to help make a child smile this Easter,” she said.