Treats from the Easter bunny

Here's how we were able to put a smile on some of our customers faces - none of which would have been possible without our kind suppliers and their donations.

With Spring right around the corner, we asked our generous suppliers to help us give some of our customers an Easter pick-me-up. 

Meanwhile, our staff volunteered to pack and deliver these gifts. Take a look through the photos and see what we've all been up to.

Peaks & Plains Director of Operations, Emma Richman, said:

 

Supporting our communities is at the heart of what we do. With the cost of living rising, we hope this Easter gift will bring a smile to those who might need a little treat this Spring.

 

Meanwhile, JFN Integrated Solutions told us:

 

JFN are always happy to help our customers with Social Value initiatives and the Easter egg appeal is no different. We hope everybody enjoys their eggs and has a lovely Easter.

 

MSB Solicitors said that:

 

We're proud here at MSB to support our clients and their communities - 2 years donating eggs and long may it continue, amazing community spirit.

 

TF Jones Property Services Ltd told us that:

 

TFJ are delighted to support Peaks & Plains with this Easter initiative and hope our donation goes to good use in the local community .

 

Connolly's Ltd said that:

 

We’re delighted to be supporting Peaks & Plains with their Easter Egg event again this year. It’s amazing to support such a wonderful initiative and give a little something back to the community again this Easter.

 

Capitol Carpets Co told us:

 

The team at Capitol Carpets just wanted to give back to the community, and mostly to our young people in the area

 

DKS Roofing Ltd additionally said that:

 

It is our pleasure at DKS Roofing Limited to support Peaks & Plains in their Easter event and we hope that our donation will bring a smile to many faces.

 

We likewise received donations from Concept Elevators, Envirovent and JSW Building Solutions.

Our community partners Cre8 and Cheshire Without Abuse also volunteered to distribute eggs to members of our communities who may need some extra cheer this spring.

 

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