Choc full of eggs for charity!

PUBLISHED: 12:19 19 April 2007 | UPDATED: 15:05 12 May 2010

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A CHARITY which supports families in Royston received a bundle of chocolate eggs this Easter. The Royston Leisure Centre discounted its membership fees in exchange for Easter eggs and donated them to Home-Start for distribution to families in the area. Ch

A CHARITY which supports families in Royston received a bundle of chocolate eggs this Easter.

The Royston Leisure Centre discounted its membership fees in exchange for Easter eggs and donated them to Home-Start for distribution to families in the area.

Charley Northwood, sales manager at the leisure centre, pictured with Wendy Gypps of Home-Start, said: "We wanted to help Home-Start to brighten up local families' Easter."

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer for Home-Start or would like to learn more about the work the organisation does, call 01763 242919.


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