West Ham United have shared some Easter cheer by donating dozens of eggs to Time 107.5fm's 'Be a Good Egg' appeal.
Hammers kit manager Pete Williams heard about the appeal while listening to the Romford-based radio station while washing the first-team squad's shirts, shorts, socks and training kit at Chadwell Heath.
A note was posted at the training ground and the players and staff responded enthusiastically, donating dozens of eggs in all shapes and sizes.
These were collected by Time 107.5fm's Gabby Timms and Simon Baldock and will be distributed to underprivileged children throughout the Romford area over the Easter weekend.
Hammers skipper Kevin Nolan added: "Pete had this great idea and the players were delighted to be able to help. If we can give a young boy or girl something to smile about then that's the least we can do."
Time 107.5fm sales administrator Gabby Timms thanked the Hammers for contributing to the successful scheme.
"The DJs announce on air that if everyone buys just one extra egg and brings it into the studio, then the children in the local area who don't get anything for Easter will benefit," she explained.
"We distribute the eggs to the local children's homes, the hospitals, and we've had an amazing response. People haven't just bought one or two, they've bought loads and it's been brilliant.
"West Ham's support is vital. Most of our listeners are West Ham fans, so it means a great deal to them and the children who are going to receive these eggs."
The station's sales manager and sports show presenter Simon Baldock added: "It has been a record year, and West Ham's support has helped. Our office has literally been full of Easter eggs!"