Eden Park Easter Egg hunt raises more than £1,000 for hospice

Residents at the new housing development, Eden Park in Rugby, turned out in full force for a Charity Easter Egg Hunt event, sponsored by Bloor Homes.

The day full of family fun, took place on Sunday 1st April at Bloor Homes’ Eden Park development and was organised by the Eden Park Neighbourhood Watch team.
The event raised £1017.37 which will be donated to The Myton Hospice.
Bloor Homes provided a generous sponsorship donation of £500 to Myton Hospices along with the £350 the residents of Eden Park have raised.
The hunt was spread across the Eden Park development and there were five clues along with lots of chocolate treats to help guide participants around. The children had a wonderful time making new friends while exploring the spacious open green land at the new development.
Claudia Lindstrom an Eden Park Neighbourhood watch representative and event organiser, stated: “It was lovely to see the children having so much fun and the community coming together to make friends and support one another. On behalf of the residents and the Neighbourhood watch team I would like to thank Bloor for their amazing support. The residents at Eden Park really are delighted with the money that has been raised for Myton Hospices”.
Michele Rose, Regional Sales Director for Bloor Homes Midlands, said: “There is a fantastic community spirit which is already forming among the residents at Eden Park and it was wonderful to see them come together to celebrate Easter while raising funds for such a worthy cause.
“Helping the local community in a worthwhile way is one of our core company values. The residents did a superb job organising the Charity Easter Egg Hunt and everyone who came had a great time. We are delighted with how the day went and hope to see more events taking place in the future.”