Radio listeners donate 200 eggs to King’s Lynn hospital patients

Rudham Ward staff with KLFM Super Trooper Bear and some of the donated Easter Eggs. ANL-150304-171151001
Rudham Ward staff with KLFM Super Trooper Bear and some of the donated Easter Eggs. ANL-150304-171151001
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Two hundred Easter eggs were donated for children at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital. KLFM 96.7’s annual Easter egg appeal collects the seasonal treat, donated by listeners, for a number of children in West Norfolk.

Super Trooper Bear, the radio’s mascot, visited Rudham Ward ahead of the Easter weekend to hand out the chocolate eggs, along with high fives and hugs.

The A&E department and the Roxborough Children’s Centre also received trolley filled deliveries of eggs for visitors.

Mandy Mcmurray, Rudham Ward Sister, said: “The nursing team is very grateful for the donation of so many eggs.

“The children love receiving them and we will be handing them out throughout the whole of the Easter weekend.”

Simon Rowe, KLFM presenter, said: “KLFM are grateful to all our listeners who donated Easter eggs to our appeal. It is always brilliant to be able to put a smile on the faces of children at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

“Everybody loves chocolate.”

Rudham Ward staff are pictured with Super Trooper Bear and some of the donated Easter eggs.