Shoppers at intu encouraged to donate Christmas gifts for local children

PUBLISHED: 12:43 17 November 2015 | UPDATED: 12:44 17 November 2015

Entrance intu Bromley

Entrance intu Bromley


The shopping centre is aiming to beat last year’s donation record of more than 2,500 gifts

Shoppers are being encouraged to make a local child’s Christmas by donating gifts to the intu Bromley centre, as part of the Salvation Army’s ‘Gifts From the Heart’ appeal.

Shoppers can donate by going to the special appeal tree near Customer Services on the Upper Mall, where they will be given the name and age of a local child.

Once a gift is bought at the centre, it can be brought back to Customer Services where it will be wrapped and collected for Christmas delivery.

Craig Higgins, intu Bromley marketing manager, said: “We’re delighted to be supporting this initiative and believe that through generosity, we can all help give a child less fortunate a brighter, happier Christmas.

“With everyone’s support, we’re aiming to beat last year’s donation record of more than 2,500 gifts.”

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