A KIND donation from a Greenock supermarket ensured that vulnerable people stuck at home enjoyed a cracking Easter weekend.

Carol Mountain and her colleagues at Morrisons donated dozens of Easter eggs to Crown Care Day Centre in King Street.

The centre's activities co-ordinator Jaswinder Kaur and support worker Andrea Arthur were determined to make sure people who use the centre had a surprise to make up for its continuing closure during the pandemic.

Andrea put together Easter activity packs and did some home baking while support workers delivered the Easter packages to people who use the centre.

Jaswinder and Andrea also headed for Darroch Park on Saturday to roll eggs decorated by their clients users down the hill.

Jaswinder said that after a very difficult year, it was important that service users knew the team were thinking about them at Easter.

She added: "We just wanted to give them all a wee boost.

"The centre has been closed for more than a year now but staff have continued to support service users at home.

"We've been carrying out socially-distanced visits and keeping in touch.

"We're trying to make things as normal as possible for them, especially our service users who live alone.

"The girls do a fantastic job."

Jaswinder said the Easter activity wouldn't have been possible without Carol's support.

She added: "Carol and the whole team at Morrisons have always supported us so well.

"We would like to say a huge thank-you to them.

"We wouldn't have been able to do this Easter activity without them."

Morrisons community champion Carol said: "We're really happy to help give people a nice wee treat this Easter."