NEW Stourbridge care home Parkfield Grange has donated 100 Easter eggs to Mary Stevens Hospice's Easter egg appeal.

The traditional Easter Egg Hunt hosted by the Oldswinford hospice has been cancelled this year, but supporters have been able to buy packs for small family or virtual Easter egg hunt in aid of the charity.

Jenny Billingsley, Parkfield Grange home admissions advisor, said: “We are delighted to support this initiative having selected The Mary Stevens Hospice as our charity of the year 2021, celebrating our shared values of care, compassion and kindness.

"We look forward to seeing pictures of local children enjoying their family Easter Egg hunts and to supporting more events over the coming months.”

A spokesman for Mary Stevens Hospice said the eggs donated by the care home had helped to raise valuable funds for the hospice and she added: "We had an amazing response to our appeal for Easter eggs.

"We auctioned Easter Egg hampers to our supporters via Facebook and the money raised will be going towards supporting the hospice."

The new home in Hagley Road, which will offer residential care, dementia care and short-stay respite care, is set to open in May.

Part of the Cinnamon Care Collection, the deluxe facility comprises 68 large en-suite bedrooms and six one-bedroom care suites, with an en-suite bedroom, lounge and kitchenette.

Open days for prospective residents will be held on Saturday April 10 and Saturday May 15.

For more information or to book an open day visit email Jenny on