Jobs firm hops in with choc treat
A LOCAL company made sure youngsters in hospital last weekend still enjoyed a visit from the Easter bunny.
County recruitment agency Quest Employment donated 100 Easter eggs to the children’s ward at Kettering General Hospital.
Commercial divisional manager Andy Elmore, from Kettering, made the presentation to Skylark Ward last month. He said: “This is the third year Quest Employment has donated eggs to the ward and we get more interest about the donation year-on-year.
“Living locally, I know what an amazing job they do for the children in the ward and what a worthy cause it is. We thought the Easter eggs would help to cheer up the children who use the ward during that period.
“With the play team celebrating their 25th anniversary in 2016, we feel it’s more important than ever to continue supporting the ward and help wherever we can so they are able to raise enough money for an interactive floor projector.”
KGH play co-ordinator Trish Brigden said: “We want to thank Quest Employment and Andy for supporting us with this very generous and timely donation. Easter eggs are always very much appreciated by the children who need our support.”
Pictured here are KGH Play specialist Louise McKerral with Skylark Ward patients Ashley Griffiths (aged nine months) and Tilly Stacey (two) receiving the donations from Andy Elmore.