Mortons & Harrisons Dairies make egg-stra special Easter donation
MORTONS & HARRISONS DAIRIES, the Merseyside based dairy company, made a special delivery to Claire House Children’s Hospice.
The family owned business, which has seven depots and 230 staff across the region, teamed up with customers served by their Wirral and Chester sites to donate Easter eggs to children and their families at the hospice.
Julian Harrison, joint Managing Director at Mortons & Harrisons Dairies, said:
“Claire House Children’s Hospice is very close to our hearts. We are thrilled that our customers were able to join us and donate so many Easter eggs. We’re really pleased to be able to contribute in a small way to support the great work done at Claire House Children’s Hospice.”
Beth Pochin, Merseyside Corporate Fundraiser at Claire House Children’s Hospice, said:
“We’re so grateful to Mortons & Harrisons Dairies for supporting us. The Easter eggs will be used in our Easter raffles and Easter egg hunts for children and their families over the Easter period.”
Mortons & Harrisons Dairies is a Merseyside based family-run dairy company which has been operating and delivering milk to the local communities since the 1920s. The company has grown significantly over the past 80 years to become the North West's largest dairy, with more than 55,000 customers and 230 staff.
The established dairy business only sources milk from 25 Red Tractor accredited farms situated within 20 miles of the head office in Maghull.
Claire House Children’s Hospice, based on the Wirral, offers care, support and choice to children and their families across Merseyside, Wirral and Cheshire.
Image shows from Left to Right - Alan Mansell (Supervisor at Wirral Depot), Lewis Krater (Website Manager), Neil Potts (Area Operations Manager) & Steve Ledsham (Sales Director) and of course Claire Bear from Claire House Hospice.