Kind-hearted Welwyn Garden City man hunts for charity to donate Easter eggs to

PUBLISHED: 17:10 20 April 2017 | UPDATED: 17:21 20 April 2017

Timothy Muggleton, of Hatfield, and the Easter eggs he is donating.

Timothy Muggleton, of Hatfield, and the Easter eggs he is donating.

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Children in need in Welwyn Garden City will enjoy a slightly late Easter thanks to a kind-hearted churchgoer.

Timothy Muggleton, 54, bought over £100 worth of discounted chocolate Easter eggs and is looking for a charity which helps some of the area’s less well off families.

Timothy, still known as Captain Panshanger for his charity work although he now lives in Stockbridge Road, Hatfield, said: “Easter is an important time.

“Kids like Easter eggs, but they are getting quite expensive.

“There are disadvantaged children who don’t get any eggs at all.

“I got some good discounts, and I got some for all ages.”

If you work or volunteer for a charity which could help Timothy distribute these to a worthy cause contact sophie.blackman@whtimes.co.uk

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