Businesses at Marshall’s Mill in Holbeck have been collecting Easter Eggs to donate to Leeds Women’s Aid.
Lisa Ellen Riley, part of the team managing the building, had the idea of a charity collection at Easter and the idea has been enthusiastically by tenants and suppliers. The eggs will be given to Leeds Women’s Aid which supports women and children fleeing domestic violence.
Children are often emotionally scarred by witnessing domestic violence and living in a refuge, whilst safe, can also be disruptive. It’s hoped the eggs will bring them some comfort this Easter.
The office complex, in a converted 19th century mill building, is managed by Creative Space Management on behalf of owners Igloo Regeneration.
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Heart warming story. Great to read.
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