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Charity Christmas cards now available at Museum and Moreton Area Centre
Cotswold District Council's Corinium Museum and Moreton Area Centre are inviting the public to buy Christmas cards which support a range of charities.
Once again, both venues will be selling an impressive range of charity Christmas cards on behalf of 'Cards for Good Causes' which supports more than 25 national and local charities, including the British Heart Foundation, Macmillan Cancer Support and the NSPCC. The cards are available from now until Saturday 22 December.
Isobel Milne of the Corinium Museum said:
“We’re delighted to be hosting 'Cards for Good Causes' in Cirencester. Everyone is so generous and really helps us raise more for these charities. Charity cards are a great way to buy once and give twice – both to the person who receives your card and also to your favourite charity.”
Corinium Museum, which is also home to the Cirencester Information Centre, will also be stocking an excellent range of Christmas gifts and stocking fillers for all ages, including crafts from local artists. The museum's opening hours are 10am to 4pm Monday to Saturday and 2 to 4pm on Sunday.
In addition to the cards at the Moreton Area Centre, they will also be selling the 'Cards for Good Causes' great range of stocking filler gifts, wrapping paper and advent calendars. Their opening hours are 8.45am to 4pm Monday to Friday and 10am to 12.30pm on Saturday.
The address details for all 'Cards for Good Causes' stores can be found by visiting www.cardsforcharity.co.uk or by looking out for the red triangular Santa signs!
: 19/10/2012 19:01:54
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