Sandringham Estate were delighted to host the Priory Rotary Club Easter Egg Trail on Easter Saturday, raising a total of £4,500 in aid of the East Anglian Air Ambulance, exceeding any previous year totals.
After an absence of two years due to the Pandemic the Priory Rotary club were able to bring back their annual Trail with chocolate eggs generously donated by local business Kinnertons Chocolates.
Zoe Harris, Community Fundraiser at East Anglian Air Ambulance said
“We are delighted that the Easter Trail returned to Sandringham this year to be bigger and better than ever before, especially after two years away. With every mission costing an average of £3,500, our supporters across the region make the difference so that our crew can continue to deliver the pre-hospital care at the scene of an incident. Thank you to King’s Lynn Priory Rotary and Sandringham Estate who, as always been supportive of the East Anglian Air Ambulance, and to the many volunteers who have given up so much time to run this event."