Egg-cellent local causes get Easter treats from Ward

Residents from Holme Hall Unite, Chesterfield receiving their Easter eggs.

Derbyshire-based metal and waste recycling specialist, Ward, delivered over 1,000 Thorntons chocolate eggs to worthy causes this Easter as part of its annual #tweetforatreat campaign.

A Staunton Harold Sailability Trust young sailor collecting his egg after finding a token on the water during the Trust’s Easter Sunday sailing day.

Ward’s Easter Bunny dropped off chocolate treats to Ashgate Hospice, Peak FM, Holme Hall Unite, Staunton Harold Sailability Trust, Stapleford Community Group, Age Concern Eastwood and Treetops Hospice, Springfield Preschool, plus many more local charities and community groups across Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.

L-R: Gemma Henshaw from Ward with the Craig Bailey from Peak FM’s morning show

The eggs were given out during Easter egg hunts, fundraising activities, shared with food banks and were even part of the official opening of McCarthy and Stone’s Development alongside the Mayors of Stapleford and Broxtowe.

Mayors of Stapleford and Broxtowe

(L-R) Mayors of Stapleford and Broxtowe with Independent Councillor Richard Macrae