St Nicholas Centre in Sutton starts Christmas appeal

Sutton Guardian: St Nicholas Centre starts Christmas appeal St Nicholas Centre starts Christmas appeal

The St Nicholas Centre is running its annual Christmas giving tree appeal.

The appeal supports women and children who have been forced to leave their homes because of domestic violence and aims to provide children with a present to open on Christmas Day. 

To help the appeal buy a present on the gift list in Mothercare’s window and drop the gift off to staff in store.  

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2:41pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Michael Pantlin says...

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"Stonecot byelection to take place on Thursday" so I'll post mine here which is that it would be nice to have a public election for the members of the Sutton Commissioning Health Board seeing as our lives are significantly in their hands.
There is no comments box for the article "Stonecot byelection to take place on Thursday" so I'll post mine here which is that it would be nice to have a public election for the members of the Sutton Commissioning Health Board seeing as our lives are significantly in their hands. Michael Pantlin

12:45pm Mon 3 Dec 12

ResidentTony says...

The appeal is a true example of the genuine spirit of Christmas. Eating, drinking and being merry is fine - we all deserve that; but sparing a thought for those less fortunate is somthing there can never be enough of in this all too often unfair world.
The appeal is a true example of the genuine spirit of Christmas. Eating, drinking and being merry is fine - we all deserve that; but sparing a thought for those less fortunate is somthing there can never be enough of in this all too often unfair world. ResidentTony

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