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Easter Bunnies Begin Fundraising Egg-stravaganza

13 Apr 2017

A group of Stagecoach Manchester drivers are going the egg-stra mile to raise money for charity this week. 

Drivers from the Stockport depot will collect donations for Stagecoach Manchester’s charity of the year, Prevent Breast Cancer, by wearing Easter Bunny outfits while operating their services over the Easter period. 

Money raised from the fundraising will go directly to support Prevent Breast Cancer, which undertakes ground-breaking research into the prediction and prevention of breast cancer, a disease which over 50,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with each year. 

Stagecoach Manchester operations director Matt Kitchin, said: “Our drivers are always full of enthusiasm when it comes to raising money for charity, while our passengers and staff always give generously and the younger children will particularly enjoy seeing an Easter Bunny driving their bus!

“Hopefully we will help to put a smile on people’s faces while supporting a very valuable and worthwhile cause and we’d like to thank our passengers and staff for their ongoing generosity whenever we’re collecting for charity.”