Bromley business backs our Christmas charity appeal

PUBLISHED: 10:12 11 December 2013 | UPDATED: 10:12 11 December 2013

chYps provides hospice at home care

chYps provides hospice at home care


A Bromley business is getting behind our Christmas appeal for toys and unwanted gifts to brighten the lives of seriously ill children.

James Harper Funeral Directors, which has three offices in the area, is one of the collectors for our appeal on behalf of the chYps charity.

ChYps provides hospice at home care for children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions in Bexley and Kent.

The company accepts new toys at any of its offices, which will go straight to the children, and unwanted gifts which can be sold in the charity’s shops.

Owner James Harper, 65, said: “We’re happy to be associated and support [the Bromley Times’] efforts.”

Visit 9 Plaistow Lane, Bromley, BR1 4DS; 23 High Street, Westerham, TN16 1RA, and 224 Main Road, Biggin Hill, TN16 3BD, to donate.

The charity also needs monetary donations, to help it towards an annual fundraising goal of £1.47million.

For more information and to donate, visit

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