Locksmiths help out hospice

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MORE than 50 chocolate eggs have been collected 
for charity by a security 

Croma Locksmiths & Security Solutions, which has branches in Fareham and Southsea, collected the eggs for Naomi House & Jacksplace – a hospice that supports children and young adults with life-limiting 
and life-threatening conditions.

The event was supported by Romsey Chamber of Commerce, with donations from staff, Kerry Daley of Daley Workout, Robert Price of Adaptive Reliable Management, David Jerram of Jerram Surlis, Katherine Boog of His & Kids and Peter Speirs of Humbugs. Kieron Doyle of Hampshire Business Computers also gave a £100 cheque.

Marketing manager Kate Whettingsteel said: ‘We are thrilled with the response and playing the role of the Easter bunny.’