The Easter Bunny Comes To Town

Midlands Law Firm Make Easter Deliveries To Local Charities

14.04.2014

Lawyers from Irwin Mitchell’s West Midlands office are making Easter eggstra special for local charities by bringing the Easter Bunny to visit and deliver dozens of chocolate eggs to children.

The Easter Bunnies, also known as Tom Fletcher and Scott Tolliss, began their delivery at Oakwood School in Walsall last week (9th April) where they handed out 63 eggs to pupils at the specialist school’s Easter Fun Day.
 
This week, the team is calling in at the Foundation for Conductive Education, Birmingham Children’s Hospital and the Norman Laud Association in Sutton Coldfield where they’ll donate more Easter eggs to local children.

Thomas Riis-Bristow from Irwin Mitchell’s Birmingham office, said: “The charities and schools we are supporting do fantastic work all year round to support local children and we hope that the deliveries from the Easter Bunny help to make this time of year extra special for them.

“Irwin Mitchell is committed to being a socially responsible organisation and encourages its staff to take part in a variety of projects of a comprehensive community programme, that includes raising attainment in schools, supporting vulnerable groups and offering pro bono support to those who need it the most.”

Kay Mills, head teacher at Oakwood School in Walsall Wood said: “The children were so excited when the Easter Bunny came into school. It was a wonderful surprise for the pupils and a great way to start the Easter holidays.

“We are all so grateful for the gift of Easter eggs from Irwin Mitchell. This kind of support is warmly received and it really enhances the quality of our pupil’s lives and we look forward to working on future projects with Irwin Mitchell.”