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Lifestyle Fitness donate Easter eggs to Pathway Care

17.01.16
Lifestyle Fitness donate Easter eggs to Pathway Care

Lifestyle Fitness donate Easter eggs to Pathway Care

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Lifestyle Fitness in Quinton has donated 68 Easter eggs to Pathway Care in Bromsgrove which will be used as part of an Easter Eggstravaganza for children in foster care.

The gym has been running an initiative where local people can get a free day pass to the gym by donating an easter egg for children.

Amy Homer, club manager, said: “We are committed to helping children in need and like to support the local community as much as we possibly can.”

Catherine Rioda, regional service manager for Pathway Care in the Midlands, said: “We are delighted that Lifestyle Fitness has generously donated Easter eggs to provide a treat to children in foster care.”

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