Easter eggs delight centre users

RECRUITMENT consultants turned into Easter bunnies to drop off eggs for children with cerebral palsy.

By The Newsroom
Friday, 25th March 2016, 5:56 am
From left, Rainbow Centre CEO Lara Bull, Office Angels recruitment consultant Charlotte Withams, Rainbow Centre conductor in charge Anna Vass with Skyla Porter, two, Office Angels branch manager Peta Reading and recruitment consultant Kimberley Harvey

Office Angels Recruitment Agency in Portsmouth, visited The Rainbow Centre in Fareham to donate Easter eggs to its service users.

Peta Reading, branch manager, said: ‘We support two national charities but we wanted to do something for the community locally.

‘The Rainbow Centre was a unanimous choice for the fantastic work they do supporting children with cerebral palsy and also adults with Parkinson’s, MS and those recovering from a stroke or head injury.

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‘This invaluable service is critical and aids children to walk and talk and reach milestones that are sometimes deemed out of reach.

‘We were very moved to meet service users and to hear of the wonderful work the centre does.

Lara Bull, CEO of The Rainbow Centre said: ‘We are very grateful to Office Angels for choosing us. It’s lovely for the children and adults to have a little treat because they work hard – conductive therapy is not easy.’