The Herald Hurricane will be flying into Morrisons next weekend to entertain youngsters and give parents the opportunity to raise cash for a worthy charity.
The Hurricane will be making its appearance on Saturday March 28 in aid of the beginning of the store’s Sue Ryder fundraising week.
Between 10am-2pm the Hurricane will be available at £2 a go for kids to go in the giant inflatable whirlwind to try and win prizes supplied by Morrisons, in Lottbridge Drove, with proceeds going towards Sue Ryder.
The Eastbourne Herald’s tactical sales advisor Kerry Stevens said, “So make sure you choose Morrisons for your weekly food shop on March 28 and give the kids a whirlwind treat for this great cause!”
The charity provides hospice and neurological care for people facing a life-changing diagnosis.
Sue Ryder gives medical care and emotional support for patients and their loved ones.
It treats conditions such as cancer, heart failure, dementia, acquired brain injury, multiple sclerosis, Huntington’s disease and motor neurone disease.
Visit www.sueryder.org to find out more about the charity and the work it does in the UK.