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Easter eggs for children in poverty

Published 29th March 2018

Easter eggs at West Bromwich indoor market

Generous market traders and their customers have donated 142 Easter eggs for children living in poverty.

The eggs have been collected by traders at West Bromwich Indoor Market and Christians Against Poverty (CAP).

Market manager Gerry Ritchie said: “We are always overwhelmed by the generosity of the market customers at Easter, these eggs will be very much enjoyed by local children.”

The market is running a free Bunny Hunt for children, with free prizes and entry into a raffle for a smartphone. The Bunny Hunt is on every day except Tuesdays and Sundays until 7 April.

Stallholders are also holding an Easter raffle to support the Blood Bikers charity, with various prizes donated by local businesses.