A funeral director in Leverington collected over 130 Easter eggs this year for a charity in Wisbech. 

Bailey and West Funeral Directors share an Easter egg appeal each year, and this year it was in aid of The Ferry Project, an award-winning social enterprise and registered charity that helps homeless people in Fenland. 

Established in 1998, The Ferry Project’s clients include people with financial problems, fleeing domestic violence, recovering from a family breakdown or from drug and alcohol abuse, young people leaving the care system, those who have been sexually abused, ex-offenders and those with simply nowhere else to go. 

A spokespeson from Bailey and West Funeral Directors said: “With the support of my colleagues and the local community we have managed to collect 137 Easter eggs.

“Thank you to everyone that has helped support this Easter appeal. Local people looking after local people”