More than 150 Easter eggs will be given out to those in need this weekend, after a month-long campaign for donations.

Access Self Storage stores in Alperton, Cricklewood, Neasden and Wembley, which provide storage spaces to rent, have collected the Easter eggs for Brent Food Bank in Neasden Lane.

The company has donated almost 9,000 Easter eggs to dozens of charities since it began the campaign in 2011.

Aimee Bruce, Manager of Access Self Storage Wembley said: “We are all aware that times are hard for many right now, and so we urged our customers and local community to consider buying an extra Easter Egg for someone who may be living in crisis locally, and drop it off at the store. 

“We’re so pleased that we can donate 150 Easter eggs to Brent Food Bank this Easter.”

Speaking about the campaign Brent Food Bank said: “Brent foodbank greatly appreciates Access Storage undertaking a food collection to help people who are in need in Brent.

“We rely on donations from businesses such as this to keep our services running.

“Some of the items we are always in need of are long life milk, tinned fruit, rice pudding and custard, so, if donating, these particular items would be really appreciated.”