Asda Chesser has donated 50 Easter eggs to Broomhouse Young Carers thanks to kind-hearted colleagues and customers who supported the supermarket’s Easter egg appeal.

The Broomhouse Centre provides personal, social and community development opportunities for disadvantaged groups in the areas of Health / Community Care, Education / Training, Social Inclusion / Outreach Activities for people of all ages in Edinburgh.

The collection was arranged by the Asda store’s Community Life Champion, Linda Anderson,who commented: “We had an amazing response to our Easter egg collection and I would like to say a very big thank you to everyone who contributed.

“It’s amazing how much joy a little chocolate egg can bring and it was great to be able to help put a smile on the faces of people in the local community.”

Abigail Jackson, at Broomhouse Young Carers, said: “It was a lovely surprise from Asda and we are all very grateful for the donation. Now everyone can enjoy Easter and look forward to tucking into their chocolate eggs!”

Photographer Ian Georgeson, 07921 567360