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COMMUNITY: Stanley and Studio donate 1,000 Easter eggs

Stanley and Studio have donated 1,000 Easter eggs to celebrate the new stand sponsorship deal

1 April 2021

Accrington Stanley and Studio have donated 1,000 Easter eggs to charities, community projects and primary schools to celebrate the new three-year sponsorship deal of the Eric Whalley Family Stand.

Studio, one of East Lancashire's largest employers, delivered the eggs to doctors, nurses and staff at NHS ELHT Hospital Charity, Maundy Relief in Accrington, the ARC Project Blackburn, and Young Carers.

Winstanley, the Accrington Stanley Community Trust mascot, also made a special trip to Oswaldtwistle to visit both St Mary's Primary School and St Andrew's Primary School.

Stanley's Assistant Manager, Jimmy Bell said: "Studio have donated all these fantastic Easter eggs to the community, but in even better news, Studio have agreed to a further three years sponsoring the Eric Whalley Family Stand.

"Well done Studio, and happy Easter everyone!"

Studio's CEO, Paul Kendrick said: "We're delighted to re-sign the sponsorship deal, continuing on the journey with Accrington Stanley.

"We're glad to help the community and give something back with our donation of Easter eggs, and I hope everyone enjoys them!"

Charity Manager at the East Lancs Hospital Trust, Denise Gee commented: "We are delighted to receive all these wonderful eggs from Studio, and they're going to go out to our doctors, nurses, and staff around the Trust - massive thank you!"

Manager at Maundy Relief, Lucy Hardwick added: "We've just had our fantastic donation of Easter eggs from Studio, and we're really grateful.

"They will be going out in food parcels from next week."

Manager at the ARC Project Blackburn, Syd Soge said: "A huge thank you to Studio for donating these wonderful Easter eggs for our asylum seeker children in the community."

For more information about Studio, CLICK HERE!

CLICK HERE to find out more about Maundy Relief, or CLICK HERE to learn more about the ARC Project Blackburn.

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