The Chestnut Tree House Giving Tree waste officially opened by the Mayor of Brighton and Hove, Councillor Anne Meadows and Ambrose Harcourt, Patron of Chestnut Tree House at Churchill Square Shopping Centre today. Located in the Lower Mall the tree is covered in gift tags containing Christmas wishes from children who use the services at the hospice.
Brighton shoppers are asked to remember the true spirit of Christmas and help make children’s wishes come true. People are asked to select a tag from the tree and pick up an extra present as they purchase gifts for their loved ones. The Giving Tree will be located in the Centre until 23rd December and all gifts will then be taken to Chestnut Tree House in time for Christmas Day.
If you are out shopping for your own children in Churchill Square, take advantage of some of the 3 for 2 and other offers in stores like Early Learning Centre and Mothercare and you could make a less advantaged child's wish come true for less than you think.
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