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Thursday, 24 April 2014

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Spirit of Christmas presents

OVER 10 supermarket trollies full of gifts will be handed out to Copeland’s children – thanks to the generosity of Tesco customers and staff.

trolley of treats: Kerry Jewell and Diane Kenmare from Howgill accept the gifts from Alison Hogge and Tesco store staff

The store’s annual Christmas tree appeal encourages people to take a tag, for a child aged between six months and 16 years, buy a gift in store, wrap and donate.

Howgill Family Centre then picks up the gifts and deliver them to families in need across Copeland.

Alison Hogge, of Tesco, said: “I am astonished every year by people’s generosity. We hope the appeal ensures that every child in the area receives at least one present.”


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