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Midlands homebuilder calls for residents’ help with Easter Egg donation

Midlands homebuilder calls for residents’ help with Easter Egg donation

Mansfield based housebuilder Rippon Homes is requesting the help of residents close to its developments across the midlands to help the staff and patients at Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People have an egg-stra special Easter.

The developer is continuing its support of Rainbows Hospice following a donation of £1,000 in 2021 by donating Easter Eggs for the staff and patients to enjoy.

Rainbows Hospice, located in Loughborough, provides end of life, palliative, and respite care for over 300 children, young people, and their families across the East Midlands.

Rippon Homes is asking residents close to its developments; The Burrows at The Edge in Worksop, Eleanor Gardens in Navenby, Marquis Gardens in Old Dalby, Rose Gardens in Lea, and Fox Hollow in Market Rasen, to donate Easter Eggs to the sales centre’s which will then be delivered to the hospice.

Julie Johnson, Director of Sales and Marketing at Rippon Homes, said:

“We are so pleased to be continuing our support of Rainbows Hospice and the important work they are doing.

“We would be very grateful for any donations from anyone local to our developments who have the means to donate an Easter Egg to help put a smile on the faces of staff and patients at Rainbows Hospice.

“It is important to us to recognise and support local charities and organisations who help the communities in the East Midlands."

To find out more about Rainbows Hospice, please visit 

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