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Mix 96 Easter Egg Appeal 2018

Thank you so much. The 2018 Mix96 Easter Egg Appeal has been amazing!!

You did yourselves proud! we asked you to buy one extra egg and then take it to one of our drop-off points around the area and you did amazingly.

You donated 1,557 eggs.

We're now passing them on to charities who will make sure that Easter is a little bit sweeter for disadvantaged children.

The Mix96 Easter Egg Appeal, supported by Pitstop Hand Car Wash, taking pride in keeping Bucks cars clean!

The Drop Off Points:

  • Mix96 Studios - 11 Bourbon Street, Aylesbury, HP20 2PZ
  • Pitstop Hand Car washUnit 2, Gatehouse Way, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP19 8D
  • Avanti Hairdressing - 32 Lakeside, Watermead, Aylesbury HP19 0FX
  • Lost Sock Laundrette12 Parton Rd, Aylesbury HP20 1NG
  • Shoot Pool and Snooker65 High St, Aylesbury HP20 1SA
  • Aston Clinton Veterinary Centre - 107 Aylesbury Rd, Aston Clinton, Aylesbury, HP22 5AJ
  • G Grace & Son68 High St, Tring, HP23 4AG
  • Haddenham Garden CentreStanbridge Rd, Haddenham, Aylesbury, HP17 8HN


Charities that will benefit from your Easter Egg donations: 

  • MPS Society
  • MacIntyre
  • Barnardos
  • Pepper Foundation
  • Resilience Service – Aylesbury Vale
  • Aylesbury Women's Aid
  • Thomley Centre
  • Connections FS
  • Life Charity
  • Carers Bucks
  • Bucks Play Association
  • Bucks Health Care

Here are some quotes from charities that have benefited from the Mix96 Easter Egg Appeal:

A big thank you to all the listeners of Mix96 for their kind donations of easter eggs. Our customers who have received these donations have been most grateful as these are things that they may not be able to provide for their children.

The eggs donated through the kindness and generosity of Mix96 and its listeners will help spread some Springtime joy to every sick child our Florrie’s Children’s Team help care for – currently 40 families across Aylesbury Vale – often ‘round the clock’. This lovely treat will help bring a bit of sunshine to their day - not only to the sick child who will be thrilled to receive a chocolate Easter egg to perhaps share with a brother or sister but to the entire family.

Angie is from Florries, she told us about their involvement with the appeal:

 

Lucy is from South Court & Walton Court Community Project;