Queen’s Management School hosted an Easter egg hunt in the grounds of Riddel Hall in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care. Hundreds of cardboard cut-out eggs of different colours where hidden throughout the grounds which could be exchanged for different size real chocolate eggs. Almost 400 Easter eggs, ranging from small to large, where up for grabs! The weather couldn’t have been better and the students had fun trying to track down every last egg. The event ended with drinks and snacks (Tayto kindly donated boxes of crisps) and a draw for a premium Easter egg. In total, £165 was raised for Marie Curie. Queen’s Management School is grateful to all those who donated Easter eggs, helped at the event and the students who took part – many who went home with more chocolate than they could carry!
Please keep an eye out for future school events that you can volunteer at to help raise even more for charity.