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Help Grantham Ian collect gifts for hospice children

A Grantham man is collecting gifts to give to youngsters with life-limiting illnesses who attend a hospice in Grimsby.

Ian James, who works at Costcutter in Hornsby Road, Grantham, has supported St Andrew’s Hospice, the only one for children in the county, with collection boxes at the store but decided to do something a little bit different for Christmas.

He said: “I just want to make Christmas something special for those kids.”

Gifts in the form of toys or sweets can be handed into Costcutter before December 20.

Gifts should be wrapped and a label should say if the gift is for a boy or girl and what age it is suitable for.


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