Wokingham Today

Morrisons donates eggs for Easter treat


A KIND soul from West Berkshire has brightened up the Easter weekend of vulnerable people with his surprise chocolate deliveries,

Support worker Richard Kibaja, was in Woosehill Morrisons buying Easter eggs for his clients who have learning disabiliti­es, when he was told he could have them all at no cost.

Mr Kibaja explained: “I went to Morrisons to buy 60 eggs for my colleagues and people we support, the manager said I could have them all for free.”

Mr Kibaja’s clients, who reside in care homes and assisted living housing, were delighted with their Easter surprise: “I drove to Winnersh, Wokingham, Earley, Crowthorne, Bracknell and Whitley. I left the Easter eggs outside people’s doors. I called some of them and said ‘Open your door, there’s your Easter egg’. It was so nice. You could see from the window, people were so happy.”

Mr Kibaja works for Dimensions, a personalis­ed social care service for people with learning disabiliti­es and autism.

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