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Easter eggs galore at Birmingham Children's Hospital

Solihull Editorial 1st Apr, 2016 Updated: 21st Oct, 2016

THERE were Easter eggs galore delivered to poorly cancer sufferers at Birmingham Children’ Hospital.

Mrs Jeanette Husselbee, who is a funeral arranger at William H Painter, on Pike Drive, joined forces with pupils from Windy Arbour Primary School, on Woodlands Way, and manged to collect a whopping 230 eggs for the cause.

Mrs Husselbee then joined teacher Mrs Eleanor Sherrington and four of her pupils from Chase Watson-Bolus, Oliver Green, Micah Loader, and Joey Rudd to deliver the goodies in one of William H Painter Limousines.

The idea came from Mrs Husselbee when she was trying to decide who she wanted to fund raise for over Easter.

Deciding to seek the aid of her community, Jeanette got in contact with the area’s schools to see if pupils and teachers would like to help collect eggs in aid of the her company’s chosen charity,

Mrs Sherrington jumped at the chance and quickly with the aid of her students managed to help Jeanette collect more than 230 Easter eggs.

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