A CITY store has donated its Christmas decorations to a charity.
John Lewis at home presented its Winterland- themed displays, inspired by the Arctic, to Blacon Children's Centre.
The centre is used mainly by toddler and parent groups, so the decorations will be used to aid interactions as well as making the centre more visually appealing.
Mark Blundell, managing director at John Lewis at Home Chester, said: “The decorations looked so fantastic in the shop, I’m glad we can pass them on to a good home. We had an array of adornments inspired by Scandinavian and Inuit cultures, which included natural materials such as pine cones, woods and furs and glass as well as metallic and pea lights among much more.”
Beth Jones from the charity said: “We are delighted to receive the Christmas decorations from John Lewis at home Chester.
“The beautiful array we have received will look great in the children's centre and will really help to give it a fresh and modern look.
“We have lots of lovely complements from parents so far and it has just made the centre so much more inviting.”
Any charity that would like to receive next year’s Christmas decorations from John Lewis should contact Megan Drillsma on 01244 393882.