Christmas charity postal service is launched in Harborough

Post your local Christmas card in Market Harborough – and help a vital charity at the same time.

Friday, 29th November 2019, 4:35 pm
Updated Friday, 29th November 2019, 4:36 pm
Harborough Twenty 12 Lions Club is launching its Christmas postal service in the town and the Bowdens.

Harborough Twenty 12 Lions Club is launching its Christmas postal service in the town and the Bowdens.

The charity’s Jane Clarke said: “Look out for boxes around the town and pop your local cards in them - together with an envelope with your donation.

“The suggested donation is 30p a card and the last date for posting is December 19.”

Harborough Twenty 12 Lions Club is launching its Christmas postal service in the town and the Bowdens.

She added: “It’s a great idea, it worked very well last year and we’d really appreciate your help!”

Boxes can be found at the council’s offices on Adam and Eve Street, Harborough medical centre, Lloyds Bank, The Co-Op, Farndon Fields Farm Shop, Sainsbury’s, Tesco Metro, Waitrose, Angel Hotel and St Dionysius Church.

Harborough Twenty 12 Lions Club supports a host of local charities.

They include Dementia Harborough, The Cube, Shop Mobility and VASL and to Lions charities worldwide - with the focus on childhood cancer, hunger, vision, diabetes and environment.

The organisation also backs the Lions Emergency Fund, which sends immediate help to people hit by disasters.

“We meet every third Thursday of the month at 8pm at the Angel Hotel.

“Please come along and find out more,” said Jane.

“We love new members!”