The Tunbridge Wells Mayor’s Toy Appeal is officially open for donations from now until Friday 15th December 2017 – helping to bring joy to local children and teenagers who are in need or whose families find Christmas an especially difficult time of year.
Teddy has compiled a list of those gifts the Tunbridge Wells Mayor’s Toy Appeal would like to receive on behalf of the children – take a look at it on the website HERE or see the gift tags on special ‘Giving Trees’ around the town (see below for locations).
It is even easier to donate this year, with an Amazon Wish List covering lots of the presents listed on the Mayor’s Toy Appeal website, which you can then get delivered directly to the Mayor’s Toy Appeal’s Gift Registry Address at the point of ‘Checkout’. If you’re not already in possession of a new toy to donate, this is a great way for you to contribute, share or get involved.
Donations can also be dropped off at one of the many convenient collection points listed below. The Big Yellow Self Storage Company is providing free storage space and a safe working environment for the team to collect, store and sort through all of the donated items.
Giving Trees can be found at: Royal Victoria Place; Assembly Hall Theatre; Hotel Du Vin; Lexus Dowding Way; St George’s Childcare, Chilston Road; Trinity Theatre; Tunbridge Wells Gateway; Notcutts
Gifts can be donated at the following venues:
♥ Big Yellow Self Storage
♥ Kent & Sussex Courier, Calverley Road
♥ Sainsbury’s Local, Mount Pleasant
♥ The Camden Centre, Market Square
♥ The Town Hall
♥ Tunbridge Wells Museum & Art Gallery
♥ Town & Country Housing Group (open mornings only)
♥ Sports Centre, St John’s Road
♥ Whirligig Toys, Mount Pleasant Road
♥ Pembury Library
♥ Southborough Library
♥ Alfie & Daisy (Cranbrook)
♥ Weald Information Centre (Cranbrook)
♥ Weald Sports Centre (Cranbrook)
♥ Barsley’s Department Store (Paddock Wood)
By donating, you will help Teddy Mayor to make Christmas more magical for children who need it!