The team at Bedhampton donate even more Easter Eggs…

During the handing over of the 360 Easter Eggs to the Childrens Services recently, the team at J. Edwards of Bedhampton were shocked to discover that there could be even more children in the Havant area that were so badly under privileged, that they would not receive an egg this Easter.

The colleagues of the Leigh Park childrens services explained to us how they intended to try to support Havant Woman’s refuge through donating some of the easter eggs previously provided by J Edwards, to help even less privileged kids who currently have no homes, let alone eggs for Easter.

The team at J Edwards Bedhampton, immediately set about their challenge to hunt down more eggs. The shopping restarted and Belinda headed off to ask the local food stores to be even more generous. Gladly for us, they duely obliged and we were able to present Havant Woman’s Refuge with a further box of easter eggs.

A colleague from the refuge was delighted to receive the eggs. The relationship between the funeral home and these worthy causes was established at Christmas when we were able to donate biscuits, sweets and mince pies to the refuge and selection boxes and Christmas gifts to the children protected by Childrens Services.

Happy Easter everyone

Natalie Pannell