THE Bradford Soup Run has taken delivery of hundreds of Easter eggs ready to distribute the chocolate treats to the city’s homeless.

Bradford-based Morrisons supermarket has donated the chocolate eggs to the charity, which is marking 35 years this year of feeding Bradford’s homeless.

Soup Run volunteer Michael Walsh was on hand to received the dozens of Easter eggs from Morrisons apprentice Josh Weldon.

The Bradford Soup Run director John Tempest said: “Morrisons has a history of supporting local charities and we know this donation will be well-received by those we meet on our Soup Runs.”

Richard Storey, manager of the Victoria Morrisons store in Girlington, Bradford said: “We are happy to help spread a smile this Easter on the faces of those in Bradford who are homeless and we applaud the good work done through the past 35 years by The Bradford Soup Run.”

The Bradford Soup Run has been feeding the city’s homeless since 1984 and relies on volunteers and donations to fund their work.