Firm gives ward’s children an Easter treat

Consultants Sarah Cook and Hannah Colthorpes from Adecco have collected Easter Eggs from their clients and handed them out to children who are staying on the Rainbow Ward. ''FL; Molly Reid, 7, who has a bone infection in her Tibia recieves a chocolate bunny from Sarah Cook and Hannah Colthorpes from Adecco.
Consultants Sarah Cook and Hannah Colthorpes from Adecco have collected Easter Eggs from their clients and handed them out to children who are staying on the Rainbow Ward. ''FL; Molly Reid, 7, who has a bone infection in her Tibia recieves a chocolate bunny from Sarah Cook and Hannah Colthorpes from Adecco.

EASTER came early for the patients on West Suffolk Hospital’s Rainbow Ward after a visit from an egg-bearing firm.

Staff from Adecco took time out last Thursday to deliver around 40 Easter eggs and 24 bags of chocolates to children on the ward.

The goodies were donated by clients and members of staff at the recruitment company.

Molly Reid, seven, said she was looking forward to having ‘lots of Easter eggs’ – with Adecco’s delivery adding to the five she had already received while recovering from a bone infection.

Sarah Cook and Hannah Colthorpes, from Adecco, said they were looking forward to a return visit next year, as well as the company’s traditional Christmas visit.

Ruth Humes, Bury St Edmunds branch manager, said: “We would like to thank the generous donations received from our clients at Adecco.

“We hope the children who unfortunately had to visit the hospital over the Easter holidays will enjoy the chocolate treats.”