Help support Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research this Christmas

Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research
Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research is the only UK charity solely dedicated to blood cancer research and with around 28,500 children, teenagers and adults diagnosed with a form of blood cancer each year it is great to have a charity dedicated to finding a cure for them all. By making a donation or by buying something from their shop you are directly making a contribution to aid their work.
I have a memory of charity decorations been cheap and of not the best quality or really overpriced, luckily that is now a thing mostly of the past as you can see from the range I have to show you today they have switched to producing good quality products at a competitive price and hopefully this post will help show you some of my favourites Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research have on offer this year. I know I’m going to be buying a few of them soon.
Gingham Robin Decoration – £2.95 | Birdhouse Tree Decorations – £9.95 | Robin Tree Decoration – £8.50 | Winter Wonderland Tree Charms – £13.95 | Santa and Reindeer Gift Tag Set – £8.95 | Christmas Gingerbread Stir Spoon – £2.25 | Sleigh Bells Ring Tree Charms – £13.95 | Carved Wooden Tree Decorations – £6.25
I adore that Robin! It’s just so cute!
I love cute things at Christmas my tree is covered in Tatty Teddy and Winnie the Pooh, with the odd cute bits add on and around it. I love snow globes and Christmas teddies and Reindeer.
Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research Reindeer
 Standing Reindeer Decoration – £10.95
Can you just image this sitting under your tree, or perhaps by your front door, ready to greet Santa’s crew when them come around to drop off the presents?
This little charmer is made out of natural jute fibers and measures around 20 x 40cm.
Another love of mine is items that have just a bit of rustic charm and this next item most definitely ticks that box.
Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research
Red Heart Tree Decoration – £4.95
Another reason to adore this gorgeous rustically charming piece is it was made by Birchcraft in the UK. Sized at 10cm this is bounded to bring Christmas into any home with its mistletoe and cream birds design.
To view Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research’s full range for this Christmas or to find out more information on the work they do head over to their website now.
http://leukaemialymphomaresearch.org.uk/
http://leukaemialymphomaresearch.org.uk/shop
What do you think of this Christmas range, is there anything that tickles your fancy?

  8Comments

  1. Charlotte Lottie   •  

    These are all so pretty! Iv book marked the shop, a few purchases i am definitely going to be making there :D the little robin is my favourite!
    http://tottstittle.blogspot.co.uk

  2. harrysmommy   •  

    My grandad died of leukaemia the month before i was born, i love all the items, il be buying a few to decorate our house this Christmas and to remember my grandad :) great cause x

    lucy – http://www.leopardprintmommy.blogspot.com

  3. Sarah Bailey   •  

    I know I so need to get myself a few bits, the reindeer and the robin are a must for me ;) xx

  4. Sarah Bailey   •  

    Aww *hugs* I’d love to know what you choose in the end :) Xx

  5. Helen B. @ Blue Eyed Beauty Blog   •  

    Everything on here is so adorable!!

    Helen
    Blue Eyed Beauty Blog

  6. Laquanda Demetrakos   •  

    Cancer apparently thrives in an acid atmosphere and so it is best to prevent as well much meat. Some animals are fed development hormones and antibiotics, and may also have parasites, that are dangerous and especially to individuals currently suffering from cancer. Meat protein is also harder to digest and also the undigested meat remaining in the intestines becomes putrefied, leading to more toxic build-up. Fish and a small chicken are thought to become the best recommendation.In addition to meat goods, study suggests that the following are also foods to become avoided: starchy, fried foods like chips and fries (these include the chemical, acryl amide – a probable carcinogen); smoked and pickled foods; grapefruit and trans fats; sodas; refined sugar and artificial sweeteners; and milk.

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