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Toy Appeal 2012

23rd November 2012

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Father Christmas is back in his 4 by 4 from Hunters Land Rover and he’s looking for presents for all the good boys and girls in West Norfolk and Wisbech. 

Last year you donated over a thousand presents for us to give children who aren’t lucky enough to be at home with Mum and Dad this Christmas and put a smile back on their face.

Now we need your help again. Please if you can grab just one extra present next time your Christmas shopping or visiting the supermarkret where you'll find us over the next two weeks and give it to us to give to those children who won't be at home this Christmas or without their family.


Collection points

Week 1

  • Monday 26th November - Tesco, Gaywood 11am-1pm
  • Tuesday 27th November - Tesco, Hunstanton 11am-1pm
  • Wednesday 28th November - Tesco, Wisbech 11am-1pm
  • Thursday 29th November - Tesco, Downham Market 11am-1pm
  • Friday 30th November - Tesco, Hardwick, King's Lynn 11am-1pm

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  • Week 2
  • Monday 3rd December - Asda, South Wootton, 11am-1pm
  • Tuesday 4th December - Morrisons, Wisbech, 11am - 1pm
  • Wednesday 5th December - TBC
  • Thursday 6th December - Waitrose, Swaffham, 11am-1pm
  • Friday 7th December - Morrisons, Fakenham, 11am-1pm
  • Saturday 8th December - Vancouver Quarter, 9am - 1pm


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Above a picture from the EDP showing just a few of the presents donated at the Queen Elizabeth Children's Ward.

KL.FM’s 2012 Toy Appeal - supported by Hunters Land Rover King’s Lynn - working WITH the Community, IN the Community

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