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Hornchurch gym members donate Easter eggs to children’s charity

11:41 24 April 2014

Members and staff of Gymophobics Hornchurch presented Easter eggs to children from the charity ADD+UP.

Members and staff of Gymophobics Hornchurch presented Easter eggs to children from the charity ADD+UP.

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Staff and members of a Hornchurch gym have donated Easter eggs to children from Havering charity Add+Up.

The charity aims to provide parents of children with ADHD with practical help, as well as promoting both public and professional awareness of ADHD.

Debbie Thomas, franchise owner at Gymophobics, North Street, Hornchurch, said: “As a local business I just wanted to support them.

“We’ve got lots of children coming.

“All our members have been fantastic and all donated eggs.”

The collection of Easter eggs was presented to the children outside the gym yesterday.

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