Christmas Tree Project 2014

Christmas Tree Project 2014

Metropolitan Police Service ‘Give a Gift’ Appeal for Children in Care

We are proud to support the Westminster Borough ‘Christmas Tree Project’ on behalf of the Met Police to help donate Christmas presents to children in care. To mark this year’s charitable appeal we agreed to put up our Christmas tree a little earlier than usual, on November 7th, and hang it with tags giving details on how to donate a gift for this brilliant cause.

 

If you can’t get down to Gordon’s and grab a tag and would like to give a child in care something to raise a smile on Christmas morning please email this address: westminsterxmastree@met.police.uk

 

You will receive details on how to donate a present, a suggestion taken from a particular child’s Christmas wish list up to the value of £20. We really hope you will join us in supporting this local appeal for London’s children in care.

Lord Mayor of Wesminster, Councillor Audrey Lewis, turns on Gordon's Christmas tree light

Lord Mayor of Wesminster, Councillor Audrey Lewis, turns on Gordon’s Christmas tree lights with James Thomas of Westminster Child Care Services,  Chief Super Intendant Paul Rickett and Karen Buck MP

Grab a tag from our Christmas tree at the side entrance to Gordon's by the Winter Food Stall and enjoy a glass of mulled wine while you're there!

Grab a tag from our Christmas tree at the side entrance to Gordon’s by the Winter Food Stall and enjoy a glass of mulled wine while you’re there!

And the horses came too . .

And the horses came too . .

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