Norwich gym exchanging Easter eggs for day passes in aid of children’s ward at hospital

Nuffield Health's Amy Spinks hoping to give the children on the Jenny Lind ward a lift with Easter e

Nuffield Health's Amy Spinks hoping to give the children on the Jenny Lind ward a lift with Easter eggs donated to the health and fitness gym in exchange for a day pass. Photo: Steve Adams

Easter eggs for children are being exchanged for free one-day passes at a city gym.

Nuffield Health's Amy Spinks hoping to give the children on the Jenny Lind ward a lift with Easter e

Nuffield Health's Amy Spinks hoping to give the children on the Jenny Lind ward a lift with Easter eggs donated to the health and fitness gym in exchange for a day pass. Photo: Steve Adams

Nuffield Health Fitness and Wellbeing Centre in Barrack Street, formerly Greens, is asking for chocolate Easter eggs to be donated.

The gym intends to donate the Easter eggs to the Jenny Lind children's department at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (N&N).

Staff at the gym are hoping to collect 200 Easter eggs, with one of the staff organising the appeal, Amy Spinks, saying: 'We did it last year when we were Greens and had hundreds of Easter eggs donated. It's very simple; people bring in an Easter egg as payment for coming in for the day, and our members who bring in a donation can also get a free day pass.'

Any non-members intending to take up the offer need to call ahead and make Nuffield Health staff aware that they are coming in. The offer will be continued until Easter Sunday, March 31, when the eggs will be taken to the N&N.


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- Call Nuffield Health about the offer on 01603 857359.

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