Staff from a supermarket in Maghull have teamed up with local primary schools to spread a little cheer to the most vulnerable this Easter.
Morrisons has joined forces with Northway, Green Lane and St John Bosco to deliver over 360 Easter cards, handmade by local primary school children, to care residents and retirement villages in the Maghull area.
Sadly a very real effect of the pandemic is the social isolation that the elderly and vulnerable in the local community are facing.
However, Kirsty who is the Community Champion at Morrisons Maghull has been working tirelessly in the community to help spread some much needed joy.
She said: “I had the idea to create these cards to cheer up the community and then donated material to some of the local schools to help get them started. Their support has been absolutely fantastic and I was blown away by the response to how many cards we received and how heartfelt the children's messages were. These small acts of kindness have brought joy to the local community, with many displaying their cards with pride!"