Inspire South West will distribute Easter eggs donated by spin studio to young families in North Devon.

A spin studio in Barnstaple has donated 65 eggs to a charity helping families in North Devon.

Absolute Spin offered four days of free, unlimited spin classes, in exchange for an Easter egg.

They had a total of 40 eggs donated, which were handed over to Lyn Brown, founder and director of Inspire South West last week.

Inspire South West works with young people and families to reframe their circumstances, identify and develop their transferrable skills and build resilience.

It helps to make young people more informed and equipped to overcome barriers and work towards personal, achievable goals.

Chris Reeves, manager at Absolute Training and Nutrition, said: "Absolute is proud to be part of helping a charity which helps so many families and we are so thankful to all of our amazing clients who have helped us build a mountain of Easter eggs."

Lyn founded Inspire South West with more than 25 years of working with young people behind her.

She will distribute the Easter eggs around North Devon.

You can find out more about Inspire South West and its work at www.inspiresouthwest.co.uk or on Facebook.