Festive messages will help

By Rob George Friday 23 November 2012 Updated: 25/11 14:38

CARING Droitwich residents are being encouraged to save time and money this Christmas by using one of the charity’s free giant festive message posters.

St Richard’s Hospice hope that instead of sending individual cards to friends and colleagues, residents will write their goodwill messages on the poster and make a donation to the charity.

The hospice’s fund-raiser Lizzie Brazier, said: “This is a lovely, cheery snowman poster which will brighten up any workplace or wall and is a great way to save time, paper and money as well as helping the hospice.”

E-mail appeals@strichards.org.uk or call 01905 763963 to request a poster and a special donations envelope.

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