Shoppers of Banbury Gateway Retail Park were called upon to donate toys and other gifts at M&S. The donated gifts will be given to families and children in hospital over the festive period, helping them to receive the Christmas they deserve.
The appeal launched on Monday, December 2 and donations were collected by Horton Hospital staff 14 days later, leaving just enough time for them to be wrapped and gifted before the big day.
Despite being open for just two weeks, Banbury shoppers managed to donate two huge boxes of presents.
April Galvin, marketing manager for Banbury Gateway, said: “It has been a pleasure working in partnership with Horton Hospital, enabling us to make a difference to people at a time of
“We are very grateful to M&S and all our shoppers who donated gifts, thank you for your support – wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a happy and healthy 2020.”
Banbury Gateway Shopping Park and Horton Hospital would like to say a huge thank you to all those who donated gifts and toys this year.