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Charity outlet for chocolate overdose

Monday, 29th March 2010.

If you find you’ve had enough chocolate this Easter then you can donate your Easter eggs to charity at Haverhill Leisure Centre next week.

The centre has organised an Easter egg amnesty on Tuesday, April 6, to allow adults and children to donate their unwanted chocolate to go to St Nicholas Hospice Care.

In return children will get a voucher for a free swim in the Wet n Wild session or a free flume ticket. Adults will get up to half price membership joining fee or up to half price on a course of power plate sessions at Bury Leisure Centre, depending on the size of the egg.

The amnesty is just one of the activities taking place at the centre for Easter. On Good Friday youngsters of all ages can take part in an Easter egg hunt.

On Monday, April 12, under 5s can take part in Easter Messy Fun, an arts and crafts session. There is a Nintendo Wii Sports and Street Dance on Wednesday, April 14, and on Friday, April 16, Ipswich Town Community Trust is holding a football session for youngsters aged 5 to 15.

Michelle Curran, Abbeycroft Leisure’s sports development officer, said: “We have something for everyone at the centre this Easter. Plus if you are full up on chocolate you can donate your Easter eggs to St Nicholas Hospice and get some fantastic activities in return.”

For more information on these and other activities contact Haverhill Leisure Centre on 01440 702548 or visit www.acleisure.com

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