First Buses offering tickets in exchange for Easter eggs to help East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice
17:25 17 April 2014
First Buses is calling on generous passengers to donate chocolate treats to charity this Easter.
The company is offering people the chance to exchange unboxed Easter eggs for a network ticket, which will allow them to travel for free for one day.
The eggs collected at First’s travel shop in office bases in Rouen House and Lansdowne Road in Norwich, in Ipswich at the Old Cattle Market bus station and both Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft depots will be donated to East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice, which provides care and support to children with life-threatening conditions, and their families.
Chelsea De Silva, Creative Director for First East England, said: “We are very proud to support East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice which provides round-the-clock care, 365 days a year.
“I would like to thank our generous passengers in advance for their support with this initiative.”
Easter eggs in their original packaging which weigh more than 100g can be exchanged until Monday, April 28. A maximum of one ticket per customer can be claimed.