Easter eggs delivered to poorly youngsters at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital
Smiles were brought to the faces of poorly youngsters as more than 200 Easter eggs were delivered to a hospital's children's ward.
Staff from Interaction Recruitment took the eggs, which had been donated by the company's clients, to the Buxton ward at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital yesterday (Monday).
Jodie Wilkinson, manager at the London Street branch of the firm, said: 'It was so lovely and the children were so chuffed - one little girl couldn't believe it.
'We put in a lot of hard work but it's so worthwhile, especially when you see their little faces. They are so humble as well.
'We had an overwhelming response from our clients and we would like to say a big thank you.'
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Interaction Recruitment has been running its annual Easter Appeal for the last three years in Norwich and the last four or five years in total.
The company runs the appeal throughout its network of 40-plus branches.
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Easter eggs delivered to the children at the N&N were donated by Williams Lea, Welcome Investments, Swinton Insurance, DFS, DHL, Yodel, Comm-Tech Voice and Data, Dunston Hall, Holiday Inn, Bookers Cash and Carry, City Link, Paragon Labels and Lamberts.
One company, Solar King UK, donated 100 Easter eggs.