Published: 00:00, 22 April 2014 |
Updated: 09:57, 22 April 2014
Businesses helped bring smiles to poorly children’s faces at the chYps Children’s Hospice at Home Easter party.
Dozens of families supported by the charity turned out for the annual bash at Dartford Football Club.
Staff from supporter Mazda Motors in Dartford helped organise the party and donated Easter eggs for little ones to take home with them.
The young patients and their siblings enjoyed fun activities and had their faces painted.
Mums and dads were also in for a treat when local businessman Gary Rich turned up in his pink ice cream van with ice cream for all.
chYps, part of EllenorLions Hospices, provides end-of-life, cancer and respite care to seriously ill children in their own homes in north Kent.
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