Easter egg appeal for homeless in Stevenage and North Herts

Access Self Storage staff Zabbie Burkes, Bryn Rolton, Niome Large and Zowie Burkes launch the appeal

Access Self Storage staff Zabbie Burkes, Bryn Rolton, Niome Large and Zowie Burkes launch the appeal with the Easter bunny. - Credit: Archant

An Easter egg appeal has been launched to help bring smiles to the faces of people who are homeless.

Access Self Storage on Gunnels Wood Road in Stevenage is collecting eggs for the Stevenage Haven - a charity which provides shelter and support for people who are homeless in Stevenage and North Herts.

Access Self Storage manager Ian Girvan said: “We have worked closely with Stevenage Haven for over six years and really believe in the incredible work they do.”

Wendy Guinan, from Stevenage Haven, said: “We are so thrilled Access Self Storage Stevenage continues to support us.

“These chocolate eggs really do help to put a smile on the faces of the people supported by us over Easter. They give a strong message that their community does care about them.”


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Donations can be taken to Access Self Storage before April 15, when the eggs will be delivered to Stevenage Haven in time for Easter.

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