The BGU Easter Bunny has used his daily eggs-ercising allowance to make an early delivery this year to Lincoln County Hospital.
As a small token of thanks to the amazing NHS during these unsettling times, the team at the Centre for Enhancement in Learning and Teaching (CELT) have donated Easter eggs to Rainforest Children’s ward at Lincoln County Hospital for all the children currently based on the ward to enjoy.
Speaking after receiving the donation Sharon Kidd, Patient Experience and PALS Manager at Lincoln County Hospital, thanked the CELT team for their donation saying “little things like this are really big things”.
The eggs had originally been planned for CELT’s Easter Egg Hunt on campus as part of the wellbeing initiatives being put on for BGU students during March. Although the hunt itself had to be cancelled everyone at BGU hopes the eggs can bring some eggs-tra big smiles to all the children on the ward.