Glasdon donated Easter Eggs to two very special Fylde Coast charities, Aspired Futures and Fylde Coast Women's Aid.
Aspired Futures are a charity based in Blackpool. They provide long-term help and support for children from chaotic family backgrounds.
They also provide learning support led by a qualified and experienced teacher as well as daily activity sessions so the children can experience music, sports and cooking. Safe transport is also provided to ensure the weekend sessions are accessible to all.
The work Aspired Futures are doing is essential, so any support they can get from individuals or local businesses is vital to enabling them to carry on helping those who need it the most.
To find out more about Aspired Futures and maybe even donate or volunteer yourself, you can visit their website www.aspired-futures.com
Fylde Coast Women's Aid (FCWA) provide domestic abuse services for women, men, young people and children, helping them to live their life free from abuse.
FCWA support their service users through court proceedings, offering peer support within the community and by providing temporary refuge accommodation. They also deliver prevention and education programmes in schools and in the community and provide recovery work with women ready to move on.
As a small show of our appreciation for the support these charities provide, Glasdon donated a number of Easter Eggs for both charities to give to the children and their service users to enjoy.
To find out more about FCWA and how to support them visit https://www.fcwa.co.uk
Photograph (left to right): From Aspired Futures - Aine Firth and Volunteer Carol Aucott receiving the eggs from Kelley Hickling at Glasdon House