MUMS SAY ‘THANK YOU’ WITH EASTER EGG DONATION TO FIREFIGHTERS

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Members of the ‘Isle of Wight Mum’s Group’ took on the role of the Easter Bunny on Good Friday to supply all fire and rescue staff across the Island with an Easter egg.

They delivered them in recognition of the continued support that they have been providing to the local community, especially during the pandemic.

A huge selection of chocolate eggs were given out thanks to the individuals involved, who paid for and distributed the eggs in person to show their appreciation.

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Social distancing measures were followed throughout – with masks only removed briefly for this photo opportunity.

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Bob
Bob
1 month ago

Haha bet the bin men didn’t get a thing from the mums!

Di Verse
Di Verse
Reply to  Bob
1 month ago

They have women on the bins too!

Ben
Ben
1 month ago

Didn’t realise you could remove face masks for a picture and stand next to each other.

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