Ragged Edge are really pleased to have been able to support the Goxhill and East Halton Schools Federation Annual Easter Egg Hunt which took place at Goxhill Primary School on Saturday 24th March.
An annual event, the Easter Egg Hunt is open to the whole community and gives children and adults the opportunity to spend an hour or two in the fresh air hunting for clues placed around the village and then afterwards to sample a range of delicious refreshments and participate in fun activities … all supervised by the Easter Bunny!
Over 300 people took part in the event which raised hundreds of pounds for school funds.
Ragged Edge were able to help by donating 100 Cadbury’s chocolate eggs and members of the team also volunteered on the day.
Recruitment Partner Nicola Robinson (Right) said, “Community is hugely important to the team at Ragged and we are therefore delighted to have been able to support the Federation and the fantastic work that they do for the children of Goxhill and East Halton. These children are the future generation of employees and the funds raised will help to provide much needed educational equipment and materials”.
Deputy Head Teacher Laurie Teasdale (Left) said, “We cannot thank Ragged Edge enough for supporting this event both financially but also by getting actively involved on the day. Schools are facing challenging times and our relationship with local business and the wider community is increasingly important”.
The Easter Bunny (Centre) added, “It’s been an EGGciting day and the EGGcellent people from Ragged EGGdge have really EGGcelled in their support. The children have all had a Hoppy Happy time”.