Bedford staff wore their Christmas jumpers to work in December, raising £71.20 for Save the Children.

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The team hosted a series of Christmas Jumper Days during the advent period, with each member of staff making a small donation for the privilege of donning their festive gear at work. Staff also welcomed donations from local shoppers picking up some last minute gifts in town.

A word from the director

Store director, Matt Stewart, said: ‘Nothing says Christmas more than a fun and festive jumper. There’s no better way to support the incredible work that Save the Children does to help disadvantaged and vulnerable children, than to raise a smile from all our customers.’

Established in the early 1920s, Save the Children in a global charity that works in more than 120 countries. It provides emergency relief, education, healthcare and protection, while working to tackle poverty and global hunger, and fighting for children’s rights.

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