Seventy Easter eggs were donated to a children’s ward at St George’s Hospital, Tooting this Easter.

Children in the Jungle Ward, a specialist paediatric day care ward received the chocolate eggs.

Access Self Storage stores in Balham and Battersea helped to collect eggs from people across Wandsworth for St George’s Hospital Charity.

Rachel Williamson, community and events fundraiser from St George's Hospital Charity said: “We’re really thrilled to receive Easter Eggs for the children and their families in Jungle Ward of St George's Hospital, these donations will all help to make someone’s day better and we thank everyone who took part. The donations will be gratefully received by children and families on Jungle Ward throughout the Easter period.”

Oli Averty, manager of Access Self Storage Battersea said: “It’s brilliant to see the community get behind this campaign we even saw eggs delivered by sledge in the snow, people have gone to so much trouble which is amazing. We are excited to take our donations to Jungle Ward at St George's and see the smiles on the children’s faces that are in hospital for Easter it really will cheer them up.”

Access Self Storage Balham store manager Peter Hill added: “We decided to join forces with Battersea to give us a better chance of getting a great haul of eggs for Jungle Ward. Daryl Gail, the manager of Waitrose in Balham has been incredible in supporting us with a generous donation which got us of to a great start!”