YOUNGSTERS across the Midlands who couldn’t spend Easter weekend at home were given a boost with donations from a car selling company.
V12 Sports and Classics helped out communities in Coventry, Nuneaton and across the Midlands by donating easter eggs to hospitals and hospices.
The Wolverhampton-based ‘car supermarket’ donated 40 eggs to Acorns Children’s Hospice, 50 eggs to the George Elliot Hospital children’s day ward in Nuneaton, and 150 eggs to University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire.
Manad Ghriba marketing manager of V12 Sports & Classics delivered them to the hospitals.
Manad said: “We pride ourselves on treating our customers like friends and family.
“We wanted to share a great experience this Easter with the local communities in which we are located.
“The people in the hospital and hospices we visited were more than happy with our donation and insist it will help cheer up a lot of children at Easter this year.”