Cycling Without Age volunteers scramble to deliver Easter eggs to Falkirk care homes
The popular group of mobility providers for elderly people also became suppliers of 150 tasty chocolate Easter eggs this week.
Cycling Without Age Scotland volunteers took to their famous trishaws to deliver Easter eggs to care homes throughout the Falkirk area.
The eggs – over 150 of them – were generously donated by local supermarkets Asda and Tesco, as wells as a private donor, and were then transported by volunteers – some dressed as Easter bunnies – to the lucky care home residents, including those who live in Thorntree Mews care Centre.
The Denny and Dunipace Chapter of Cycling Without Age Scotland also delivered Easter eggs to communities with ROOTS Helping Hands Food Share.
This latest endeavour goes hand in hand with Cycling Without Age’s core aim, to enhance and enrich lives by giving elderly and disabled people access to the great outdoors through trishaw rides, when they would normally be denied this pleasure due to their advanced age or limited mobility.