Morrisons stores donate hundreds of Easter eggs to Edinburgh bus workers

500 chocolate eggs have been donated to bus drivers in Edinburgh in the last week

By Joe Cawthorn
Sunday, 12th April 2020, 10:26 am
Updated Sunday, 12th April 2020, 10:27 am

Lothian Buses has paid tribute to two Morrisions stores in Edinburgh which have donated 500 chocolate eggs to to their drivers in the build up to Easter.

The store on West Granton Road donated 200 chocolate treats yesterday (Saturday) to workers at Lothian.

Lothian also paid tribute to the vital work supermarket staff are doing in keeping the public well-stocked with essential items and safe while shopping.

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Lothian received 300 eggs from Ferry Road Morrisons (left) and 200 from West Granton Road Morrsions (right)

Taking to Facebook to post a picture of a vehicle’s boot space choc-a-bloc with a selection of eggs yesterday (Saturday) Lothian wrote: “Another huge thank you is owed to staff at Morrisons in Edinburgh's West Granton Road for donating 200 Easter Eggs to our teams who are working hard keeping vital services moving! Thanks go to you all, too, for keeping shelves stocked and customers fed.”

Last week, Morrisons on Ferry Road in the Capital also donated 300 Easter eggs to Lothian workers.

Writing again on Facebook, Lothian said: “We'd like to say a massive thank you to everyone at Morrisons - Ferry Road for their incredibly kind gift of 300 Easter Eggs to our colleagues for keeping vital services on the road during this crisis. Thanks go to all your staff, too, for your invaluable efforts!”