Lloyd Blackpool donate 100 Easter Eggs to Cash for Kids
Date posted: 17 April 2019
A lot of us may indulge on chocolate eggs at Easter, but originally eating eggs was not allowed by church leaders during the week leading up to Easter (known as Holy Week). Any eggs laid that week were saved and decorated to make them Holy Week eggs, that were then given to children as gifts.
Victorians adapted the tradition with satin-covered cardboard eggs filled with Easter gifts.
This has now developed into the tradition that many people enjoy today espcially anyone who is a chocolate-lover. To ensure no child misses out on this delicious tradition, Lloyd Blackpool have donated 100 Easter eggs to Cash for Kids to be shared amongst local Children in need across Lancashire.
Lloyd Blackpool were delighted to work closely with Steve & Janine from the Rock FM Breakfast show to help support the fantastic Cash for Kids charity.