Bridgnorth Lions is hosting a virtual Easter egg hunt on Sunday.
The charity exists to help those in the community who are disadvantaged or in need of help. Since 1976 the Bridgnorth Lions have raised hundreds of thousands of pounds to help those less fortunate.
The club is part of Lions Clubs International, the world’s largest service organisation, whose motto is ‘We Serve’.
On Sunday, the virtual Easter egg hunt will run from 10am to noon. The aim will be to find a hidden Easter egg on the club’s Facebook page, then message the page to receive a prize of one chocolate egg.
A total of 50 Easter eggs have been donated by the team at Magna Foods in Telford, with whom Bridgnorth Lions have previously worked.
Lions spokesman Richard Stilwell thanked the Telford business for their generous donation.
He said: “With so many families still facing restrictions the Bridgnorth Lions wanted to do something for families in Bridgnorth that was both safe and enjoyable to do. What better way than to have an Easter Egg Hunt on your computer at home.
“It will be a great celebration of us coming out of lockdown.”
The first 50 children to find the club’s hidden Easter egg will receive a chocolate version.
Visit the Bridgnorth Lions Facebook page between 10am and noon, on Sunday, to start searching for the hidden egg.
A message must be sent through Facebook once an egg is found as part of the competition, which is open to all children aged 14 and under.