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Let the Bells Ring Out for Charity


Christmas is a wonderful opportunity to reach out and help others.

Our Charity Bell decorations are a simple way to give something back and make your home sparkle with festive goodwill.
Each time you purchase one of our Charity Bell hanging baubles you will help raise vital funds for good causes in Lancashire and beyond.
Our Display Manager David Fawcett-Ropner says: “As a company we are committed to supporting our local community in every way we can and we pledge to donate £2 from the sale of each bell to deserving charities. It’s a chance to get into the real spirit of Christmas by helping those in need.”
The festive hanging decorations are tagged with the name of a different charity so you can choose the cause closest to your heart.
This year we have chosen five charities to benefit from our festive initiative. They are: Blue Skies, North West Air Ambulance Charity, Canal & River Trust, Deafway and Alzheimer’s Society.
Find leaflets on each charity in our special Charity Bells display to learn more about the important work they do.
The bells are priced at £3.99 and are available to buy in our main Christmas display area.

Blue Skies

As the charity for Blackpool Teaching Hospitals, Blue Skies supports the best in patient care and medical research for the Blackpool, Fylde and Wyre area. Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is a vital element of the community on the Fylde Coast, and also regionally, thanks to the work of the Lancashire Cardiac Centre and the Haematology Unit. Blue Skies makes a positive difference every single day to patients, their families and friends.

North West Air Ambulance Charity

Since they launched in 1999, North West Air Ambulance Charity has been called to more than 24,500 missions across the region, with the service called out an average of three times a day. Its helicopters and HEMS response vehicles operate 365 days a year with highly skilled doctors and HEMS paramedics on board providing enhanced pre-hospital care and hospital transfers to patients each year. The charity receives no government or NHS funding – it relies on donations to continue flying to save lives.

Canal & River Trust

As the UK’s largest waterways charity, the Canal & River Trust plays a vital role in protecting and revitalising our nation’s canals. They believe that waterways have the power to make a real difference to people’s lives and that spending time by water makes us healthier and happier. It works hard to keep our 250-year-old bridges, locks, reservoirs and towpaths in working condition, and to help nature, wildlife and people thrive. The Trust is always looking for volunteers to help improve our environment.


Founded in Lancashire, Deafway is a registered charity with a history dating back to 1894 providing residential care and support services. It helps people who are D/deaf* or suffer from communication disorders predominantly in Lancashire but also in the rest of the UK. The charity works to assist and support equal access and participation in all aspects of society. At the centre of its work is an understanding and respect for sign language. It believes every D/deaf person should have access to sign language and deaf culture.

Alzheimer’s Society

The Alzheimer’s Society is made up of people with dementia, carers, trusted experts, campaigners, researchers and clinicians. It is the UK’s largest collective force of people with unparalleled knowledge and over 40 years of experience addressing the biggest challenges facing people living with dementia. Alzheimer’s Society is working towards a world where dementia no longer devastates lives. It does this by giving help to those living with dementia today, and providing hope for the future.