Weekly Community Roundup – 9th April 2021

Locals Praise Branch Exterior

James and Thomas in Horsley recently received lots of positive feedback from people in the community saying how lovely the branch looks.

Keeping the exterior of the funeral home in keeping with the local area and aesthetically pleasing for the local community is extremely important to the team.

Spring Window

Not one but two Easter bunnies visited Quinns in West Kirby and delighted children and adults alike.

Easter might have been a little different this year but the team at Quinn’s were determined to celebrate and continue to dress their window.

Food Bank Donations

Richard Lloyd is now a drop- off point for Woodley Food Bank.

Woodley Food Bank collect donated non-perishable food items to be re-distributed in food parcels to people of need in Woodley and surrounding communities

Woodley Food Bank is led by The Pilot Light Trust and has been running since 2006. They are the only food bank in Berkshire that does not require food vouchers or referrals to be able to support people.

To find out more email: foodbank@pilotlight.org or visit their Facebook page @WoodleyFoodbank

Easter Donation Delights Local Charity

Area Development Manager James Ray, on behalf of E Sargeant & Son donated £100 to Slough Council for Voluntary Service.

Slough CVS used the donation to purchase Easter eggs for Slough Mencap, a local charity supporting people with learning disabilities.

The Easter eggs were gratefully received and hopefully E Sargeant & Son can resume their normal collection in branch in 2022.

Easter Window

TW Boorman Funeral Services Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells made sure their Easter windows wowed by including a handmade Easter bunny wreath.

The crafty team put their creative skills to the test and created a simple yet effective Spring display that is delighting passers-by.