The Park Centre sent a special Easter visitor to The Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children
Yesterday The Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children had a very special visitor just in time for Easter – the Park Centre bunny!
Children and parents alike were delighted to see this time-honoured favourite making his way through the wards, handing out Easter eggs to very excited boys and girls.
After everyone had received their chocolate treats there were even a few photo requests, and not just from the children!
Park Centre Operations Manager John Boyle said of the surprise visit, “The hospital is right on our doorstep and this Easter we really wanted to give something back to the local community. We must thank the staff of RVH for allowing us this opportunity.”
The Park Centre wishes children, parents and staff at The Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children a very happy Easter.
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