Leading multi-specialist recruitment and training agency, Acorn, has presented the Royal Gwent Hospital Children’s Ward with Easter Egg donations.
Acorn’s Training Division, based in Newport, has been collecting Easter Eggs from their learners and employers in aid of the Children’s Ward.
Ann Nicholas, Head of Corporate Development, said: “the Easter egg collection was a fantastic opportunity for us to give something real and tangible back to the community in which we work. We were able to give over 50 eggs to the Children’s Ward, and it was a great feeling to be able to deliver the eggs just in time for the Easter break.”
Kathryn Game-Lamorte, Paediatric Sister for the Royal Gwent Hospital, said: “we are very grateful and thrilled to have received the donations from Acorn. It has definitely put a smile on the children’s faces and it is always great to get support from a local business.”
Acorn’s Training Division is an award winning training provider who finds, places and delivers up to 1,000 apprentices into businesses throughout the UK. They offer apprentices for all levels of new and existing staff, from junior employees to senior managers and directors in a number of sectors including banking, insurance, leadership and management, IT, customer service, retail, and manufacturing and engineering.