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28 Mar 2018 Morgan Marine Helps Local Youngsters Enjoy a Cracking Easter

Morgan Marine is delighted to help children across Carmarthenshire and Swansea enjoy a cracking Easter, by collecting dozens of chocolate eggs for local charities.   The workforce from the Morgan Marine site in Landybie and the Envico Engineering site in Swansea, dug deep and donated more than 100 Easter Eggs to the Work Wales collection.  Work Wales plans to help CYCA – Carmarthenshire Youth and Children’s Association, Swansea Kids Cancer Charity and Local Aid for Children set up some Easter egg hunts with the chocolate eggs.  Due to the generous donations received Work Wales has also been able to provide eggs to the Children’s Ward at Morriston Hospital and The Roots Foundation Wales.  Group Director Martyn Ingram. Who is pictured here with Morgan Marine’s Sales and Commercial Director, Sue Paton, said: “We are very pleased to give to the Work Wales collection, in aid of a very important group of local charities, and I hope our donations help young people in our communities enjoy a sweeter Easter.”

Morgan Marine is delighted to help children across Carmarthenshire and Swansea enjoy a cracking Easter, by collecting dozens of chocolate eggs for local charities. 

The workforce from the Morgan Marine site in Llandybïe and the Envico Engineering site in Swansea, dug deep and donated more than 100 Easter Eggs to the Work Wales collection.

Work Wales plans to help CYCA – Carmarthenshire Youth and Children’s Association, Swansea Kids Cancer Charity and Local Aid for Children set up some Easter egg hunts with the chocolate eggs.

Due to the generous donations received Work Wales has also been able to provide eggs to the Children’s Ward at Morriston Hospital and The Roots Foundation Wales.

Group Managing Director Martyn Ingram. Who is pictured here with Morgan Marine’s Sales and Commercial Director, Sue Paton, said: “We are very pleased to give to the Work Wales collection, in aid of a very important group of local charities, and I hope our donations help young people in our communities enjoy a sweeter Easter.”

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