Easter Eggs Donated to Treliske Children’s Ward and The Gover Community Larder

The children’s ward at The Royal Cornwall Hospital, formerly know as Treliske have been provided with 100 Easter egg for the 64 beds across the hospital for each child to open over Easter.

Another 65 eggs have also been donated to The Gover Community Larder based in St Austell, who distribute free food, helping those families who need it and prevent food going to landfill.

These generous donations have been made possible by members of The Trelawny Club, a light blue club set up for new and young Freemasons of The Province of Cornwall.

Callum Gardner, Chairman and Nick Annear, Secretary of The Trelawny Club had this to say:

“Our aim was to provide an Easter egg for all the children in Treliske, which was going cover 64 beds across the hospital.

We more than doubled this, so were able to donate 100 eggs to Treliske to make sure they had plenty to give to the children and some for nurses on those wards. The remaining 65 eggs were donated to the Gover Community Larder in St Austell to be distributed to those families in need”

On behalf of The Trelawny Club, The Provincial Grand Lodge of Cornwall would like to send thanks to all those who donated to this worthy cause and put a smile on the faces of those less fortunate than ourselves this Easter.

Special thanks must go to MT3 cycles in Pool, and owner Peran Clemence who helped by acting as the depot and providing storage for the eggs during The Trewlany Club’s Easter Egg Appeal.