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Saturday, April 20, 2024

Young football fans got egg-stra special treat at Deepdale

Pendle Hill Properties and the Preston North End Community & Education Trust (PNECET), handed out hundreds of Easter eggs to young supporters attending Preston North End’s match against Rotherham United at Deepdale on Good Friday.

Not only did they enjoy a 3-0 thrashing of Rotherham, but young Preston fans received an egg-stra treat at Deepdale and also got too pose for a selfie with Pendle Hill Properties’ Easter Bunny.

But to get in the true spirit of Easter, they gave eggs to Rotheram fans too.

The giveaway was part of Pendle Hill Properties’ Easter community initiative, which also saw them donate 250 Easter eggs to charity and community partners of PNECET, including The Foxton Centre, Sahara Project (Preston) Ltd, CC Housing, a local school and on the PNECET’s Easter provision.

Preston North End Community and Education Trust are the official charity of Preston North End Football Club, and utilise the power and appeal of Preston North End Football Club and football as a whole, to situate themselves at the heart of the Preston community, providing a high-quality service to improve people’s lives.

Their provision is centred around Community Engagement, Education, and Health and Wellbeing.

Thomas Turner, sales director of Pendle Hill Properties, said: “We had an incredible time meeting lots of new people and giving away hundreds of Easter eggs to young supporters.

“We hope everyone had a good time, it was great to see so many youngsters having fun and with a 3-0 win for PNE, what a fantastic day all round.

“We would like to thank the Preston North End Community & Education Trust for this wonderful opportunity and we look forward to working with them again in the future.”

Jack Mountain, head of fundraising at Preston North End Community and Education Trust, said: “What a great day we have had and I would just like to say a huge thank you to Pendle Hill Properties for their generous donation this Easter.

“They have also donated eggs for five of our charity and community partners, and we can’t thank them enough for all their support!”



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