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Charity collects more than 200 Easter eggs following appeal




The Crack On Foundation presented Easter eggs to St Nicholas Hospice Care as well as A&E, the Rainbow Ward, antenatal ward and birthing unit at West Suffolk Hospital ANL-150404-110840001
The Crack On Foundation presented Easter eggs to St Nicholas Hospice Care as well as A&E, the Rainbow Ward, antenatal ward and birthing unit at West Suffolk Hospital ANL-150404-110840001

The Crack On Foundation, which supports the disadvantaged, has collected more than 200 Easter eggs following an appeal in the Bury Free Press.

It delivered them to the Rainbow Ward, Antenatal ward, birthing unit and A&E at West Suffolk Hospital as well as St Nicholas Hospice Care.

The charity, which has a shop in Bury, has run an Easter egg appeal for five years.

Mark Byford, CEO of Crack On, said: “It would not have been possible if it wasn’t for the kind donations of over 200 Easter eggs by the Bury Free Press readers that stepped in to make a difference this Easter.”



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