Felsted Preparatory School pupils send Christmas gifts abroad

PUBLISHED: 09:36 05 December 2010

Pupils at Felsted Preparatory School have donated more than 163 brightly wrapped shoe boxes full of toys and gifts to be sent to disadvantaged children around the world in time for Christmas

Pupils at Felsted Preparatory School have donated more than 163 brightly wrapped shoe boxes full of toys and gifts to be sent to disadvantaged children around the world in time for Christmas

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PUPILS at Felsted Preparatory School have donated more than 163 brightly wrapped shoe boxes full of toys and gifts to be sent to disadvantaged children around the world in time for Christmas.

The donations have been made through Operation Christmas Child, the UK’s largest children’s Christmas appeal, which each year gives more than 81 million shoeboxes full of Christmas presents directly to children around the world. This year 15,000 boxes will be sent to child victims of the Haiti earthquake.


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