CUSTOMERS and staff at Merseyflow and its parent company Emovis have donated more than 200 Easter eggs to the Halton Easter Egg Appeal.

This means disadvantaged children from across Halton will get a special treat this Easter.

The team will be providing foodbanks, refuges and children’s centres with all of the Easter eggs.

The Halton Easter Egg Appeal has been organised by Widnes resident Nicky Woodward who also runs the Halton Christmas Toy Appeal.

Nicky Woodward, appeal organiser, said: “My car is going to be full of Easter eggs this week as I drop them off.

“I know these are incredibly well received so I want to say thank you to everyone for their support.”

Merseyflow set up a drop-off point for customers at its walk-in centre in Manor Park, Runcorn.

Helen Williams, marketing manager at Merseyflow, said: “I’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has donated eggs and helped make this such a success.”

“It has been amazing to watch our Easter egg pile just grow and grow in the walk-in centre every day over the past month, and we’re really pleased to be able to help out.”