St Neots Tesco community team donates 748 Easter eggs

Published:
11:00 a.m. April 23, 2022



Over 700 Easter eggs were donated to local charities last month thanks to the great efforts of the St Neots Tesco community team.

Tesco Community Champions Molly Gregorious and Macie Bridges organized and encouraged shoppers to donate an Easter egg when visiting the store from January 17.

Molly and Macie collected 748 chocolate Easter eggs which were distributed to Addenbrookes Hospital, Hinchingbrooke Hospital, Hillings Care Home and many more.

Molly said: “We did this last year and we wanted to give people even more this year. It’s really nice to have, and the staff in all places were so grateful; it’s illuminating simply people’s day.”

Molly and Macie have also raised money for Ukraine and cancer research.


Molly and Macie with 200 Easter eggs ready to donate to Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
– Credit: Macie Bridges


Macie helped deliver 107 Easter eggs to The Hillings Care Home in St Neots.

Macie helped deliver 107 Easter eggs to The Hillings Care Home.
– Credit: Macie Bridges

For Tesco Turns Pink week, all staff could wear pink, and two princesses from Molly’s Limelight Entertainment store were on hand to entertain shoppers, raising £417 for cancer research.

They have also raised £347 for Ukraine as part of the ongoing large charity campaign in the St Neots Tesco community.


Molly helped deliver 50 Easter eggs to the Poppy Fields retirement housing complex in St Neots.

Molly helped deliver 50 Easter eggs to the Poppy Fields retirement housing complex.

– Credit: Macie Bridges


limelight Entertainment Sleepy Princess raises money for the week turns pink at St Neots Tesco.

limelight Entertainment Sleepy Princess raises money for the week turns pink at St Neots Tesco.

– Credit: Macie Bridges

Alicia R. Rucker