Access Self Storage Cricklewood steps up Easter egg campaign for The Children's Society

Business steps up Easter egg campaign for disadvantaged children

Business steps up Easter egg campaign for disadvantaged children

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A self storage business is stepping up its campaign to provide Easter Eggs for disadvantaged children.

For the past three weeks, staff at Access Self Storage Cricklewood have been collecting chocolate eggs for The Children’s Society.

But in a bid to reach their target, the store has announced it will double any donation of 100 eggs for the charity.

Store manager Joanne Tyler said: “The collection has been going really well, but our target is 100 eggs. We are urging local people and local business to donate more eggs so that as many children as possible can get an egg this Easter.”

The gifts can be dropped off at the store in Roman Road until April 17 when they will be collected and delivered to The Children’s Society.

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