A MOTHER OF TWO from Bishopbriggs is aiming to deliver 1300 Easter eggs to children around Glasgow by April the 12th.

Nicole Javed, a credit controller for Harper Collins, dressed as the 'Rainbow Bunny' and is encouraging children to paint rainbows on their windows in exchange for an Easter egg left at their front door.

Nicole said: "I had seen people in Italy doing it, for kids to see something different on their daily walk.

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"I bought 200 eggs myself and eventually got donations from parents because the kids were loving it so much. We've got 1300 eggs, and 800 left to distribute".

Nicole and her bunny helpers have so far distributed eggs to doors in Bishopbriggs, Kirkintilloch, Milton, Possil and Robroyston.

She added: "It's just something nice for the kids. They get so excited."


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