Weston College students spread Easter joy at children’s hospital

PUBLISHED: 13:00 13 April 2017

Weston College donated more than 400 Easter eggs.

Weston College donated more than 400 Easter eggs.


Generous Weston College students donated more than 400 Easter eggs to a children’s hospital, which has been described as an ‘amazing’ team effort.

A number of different departments in the college took on a challenge to collect as many treats as possible with the health and social care department coming out on top.

They collected 220 eggs and proud students then presented them to Bristol Royal Hospital for Children’s play unit.

Delyse Taylor, subject area manager for health and social care, said: “It was an amazing team effort from the staff and students who got behind the competition.

“The inspiration to make a difference for the children was a huge motivation. The students were delighted to be able to present the Easter eggs to the play unit.”

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