SOLDIERS played the part of the Easter Bunny at Great Western Hospital, delivering chocolate eggs to poorly children.
Members of 29 Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, based at South Cerney, dropped off the chocolate treats, crayons and soft toys yesterday.
Rhys Williams, a postal and courier operator with the regiment, said: “Charity is a big part of the army. We really wanted to do something to support the children spending time here and just put a smile on their faces.
“Easter can sometimes get forgotten, especially in hospital, so we wanted to deliver chocolate eggs to the children so that they can enjoy this time of year too.