The club’s Red Neighbours team wanted to show their appreciation to their local communities and key workers ahead of the Easter weekend by delivering 1,500 Easter eggs.

The chocolate eggs were delivered to children’s centres, care homes, foodbanks and school hubs within the Anfield and Northwood Communities as well as Homebaked, the Big Help Project, the Royal Hospital Liverpool University Hospital and the Owen McVeigh Foundation. 

Donated by the club’s hospitality department, the Easter eggs helped to bring a little bit of cheer to many local people, charities and frontline staff.

Forbes Duff, Red Neighbours’ senior manager, said: “During these difficult times we want to show our local communities that we are here to support them, as it’s so important that we all come together during this crisis to help each other where we can. 

“I hope these little treats provide a little bit of happiness and on behalf of all the Red Neighbours team I would like to wish our local communities a very happy and healthy Easter.”

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