Selco Builders Warehouse has donated to a charity which supports children with cerebral palsy to commemorate its 70th branch opening in Liverpool.
Those who benefit from the services of Stick ‘n’ Step took delivery of the Easter eggs from Selco.
Stick ‘n’ Step provides sessions to help young people with cerebral palsy fulfil their potential including exercises, mobility tasks and daily living activities to develop functional skills.
Selco will open its seventieth UK branch on Mersey Reach Park in Galgate Drive in Bootle, creating around 30 jobs in the city.
Lee Connor, branch manager, said: “When we open a new branch, we always like to support the local communities in which we will be operating.
“One of the ways we have achieved that in Liverpool is to donate Easter eggs to Stick ‘n’ Step which does fantastic work for young people with cerebral palsy in the north west.”