Posted: 09.04.20 at 12:33 by The Editor
Barry Roundtable has been working hard to deliver Easter Eggs to key workers of children in the local area.
Usually, the group would deliver easter eggs to Barry residents with their Easter Bunny in tow.
However, coronavirus and the lockdown rules have made this a more challenging prospect.
They said: ''To stick to social distancing measures we are sadly unable to bring the Easter Bunny to Barry this weekend.
''This meant we were left with a host of Easter Eggs, which were donated by local supermarkets.
''We didn't want them to go to waste so decided to give to the children of Key Workers at the four hub schools in Barry.''
Donations of eggs were made by Asda, Morrisons, One Stop, Tesco, castle bingo and co-op, as well as the round table charity purchasing some themselves.
The Roundtable has been working with the community throughout the pandemic to help locals out in whatever way they can.
They have previously distributed food from Brains Brewery, The Master Mariner and The Cwm Talwg Pub to those who need it most.
They gave food to others who are sharing with the community, the fair share scheme and officers at South Wales Police Bridgend and Vale of Glamorgan.
To keep up to date with the work of the round table visit their Facebook page here.