100% of the older adult population admitted that the upcoming Easter holidays are a good opportunity for quality family family, according to research by iReach on behalf of Tesco Ireland's #MoreThanAnEgg Easter campaign has shown.
The retailer revealed that while almost three quarters of Irish families’ gather at daily meal times, almost half of parents surveyed admitted to finding it difficult to get their wider family together.
Of the 1001 respondents surveyed, majority of those surveyed admitted that the stresses of 'modern life' is proving to be an 'increasing barrier' to families spending time together.
Christine Heffernan, corporate affairs direct at Tesco Ireland, said, “At Tesco we understand the stresses of modern life and as the Easter school holidays are approaching, we’re on hand to help Mums, Dads and grandparents planning to spend time together that little bit easier."
Heffernan also highlighted that Tesco will support its charity partner's Great Irish Bake for Temple Street on April 7th across all of its stores 148 stores nationwide.
She added, “Tesco stores across the country will host a series of fun-filled family activities from Friday 7th to Sunday 9th April including supporting the Great Irish Bake for our charity partner Temple Street and hosting a lucky dip Golden Egg giveaway to give families across the country the chance to win one of 27,000 prizes which include exclusive entry to either Fota Wildlife Park, Cork or Rathbeggan Lakes, Co. Meath."
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