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London Bridge Community Christmas - how to get involved

Good afternoon,


We know autumn always feels too early to think about the holiday season but we’re putting together a really exciting programme for London Bridge Community Christmas 2015 and we can’t wait to tell you all about. Not to mention, we need your help to make sure it’s our most ambitious one yet!


Here’s a breakdown of all the ways you can get involved:


1.      Host a gift donation collection point at your office – all you have to do is print the attached (or request one of the posters we already have prepared) and collect gifts from 2 November to 7 December.

More information about suggested gift ideas included and don’t forget to tell us you’re hosting a collection so we can keep track of who’s involved. We’ve brought on even more charity partners for this year so we need all the donations we can get!


a.      Keen to donate gifts without hosting a collection point? We’ll keep the above page updated with collections at receptions, cafes, shops and pubs.


2.      Help us with gift wrapping! We need helpers to make sure the donations are ready for their future owners. You can join us for as long or little as you like on Tuesday 8 December from 12pm - 5pm. If you wish to join us, please email


3.      Join us for a Riverside lights switch-on and carols illuminating the riverside and featuring bridge-to-bridge holiday tunes performed by Snowsfields and Tower Bridge Primary Schools on 30 November.



Thanks in advance for your help.

If you have any questions about any of the above, don’t hesitate to get in touch.


Kind regards,


Bethany Hogan

Partnership & Events Manager

Team London Bridge


T: 020 7407 4701

6 Hay’s Lane, London, SE1 2HB




T: 020 7407 4701

6 Hay’s Lane, London, SE1 2HB


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London Bridge BID Company (trading as Team London Bridge) is a company registered in England and Wales. Registered number 5664987. Click here for email disclaimer.



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