Easter egg challenge for Exeter & Devon Crematorium
The Exeter & Devon Crematorium is again taking part in the Easter Egg Challenge, which collects chocolate eggs for children across the country.
As part of Dignity Caring Funeral Services, which launched the Easter Egg Challenge in 2002, the crematorium in Topsham Road plans to donate all the eggs it collects to children’s residential homes in the Mid Devon and Exeter area.
Staff are asking local businesses, community groups and residents to donate Easter eggs to help them in their challenge.
Manager Kelly James said: “Last year we joined the Easter Egg Challenge alongside our funeral directors. Approximately 200 Easter eggs were collected from kind donations.
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“Overall Dignity collected thousands of Easter eggs across the country and it is nice to have the opportunity to do the same for the children in this area again this year.”
Easter eggs can be dropped off at the Exeter & Devon Crematorium on Topsham Road, Exeter between 9am – 5pm, Monday to Friday.