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Five Days Left to Help Eagle Radio With Their Easter Egg Appeal

Published on: 23 Mar, 2013
Updated on: 25 Mar, 2013

chocolate-egg-with-candy EagleThere are just five more days to help Eagle Radio achieve its target of collecting 2,000 Easter eggs as part of their annual Easter Egg Appeal.

Listeners to the Guildford-based station are being encouraged to repeat their generous efforts from 2012, and this year even more donations are required to help deserving charities across Surrey and Hampshire.Eagle Radio’s Easter Egg Appeal aims to give thousands of local and less fortunate children a much happier Easter, and benefits over sixty charities and organisations.

The co-ordinator of the appeal, Lou Nash, is hoping to build on the success of last year. The appeal supports thousands of under privileged children who are unlikely to get an Easter egg this year, so being given one by Eagle Radio makes all the difference.

Eagle Radio works with many charities and organisations who support children living in refuges or homeless shelters, children who are seriously ill, some of which have terminal illnesses; and many who are living in poverty with parents who simply can’t afford to buy Easter eggs for their children.
Each egg donated is guaranteed to make a local child feel special and loved so we hope to reach more children than ever before’

Donations are being accepted up to Thursday March 28. For a full list of drop-off points in libraries in Surrey and Hampshire and more information about the appeal, visit

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