Lighting up the library for NSPCC Christmas campaign

Tuesday 21 December

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On Tuesday 21 December the exterior facade of the Library of Birmingham will be lit up green in support of the NSPCC National Christmas campaign.

Everyone is responsible for the wellbeing of children and the NSPCC and Childline go above and beyond to ensure they are there 24 hours a day, seven days a week. So if a child is feeling lonely, overwhelmed or in anyway upset they will be heard and have somewhere to turn. During these cold winter months this service is essential for any child that may be struggling.

The NSPCC has a number of events lined up for this years Christmas campaign, amongst them:

Walk 5k on 21 December to raise money for children

  • Take part on your own, with friends or family, with colleagues at work, or with pupils and teachers at school.
  • Will you walk an organised trail, or do a loop around your house, office or school?
  • It’s the perfect time of year to get together with friends and family, or celebrate at work or at school, so why not make a night (or day) of it?
  • You could meet for mulled wine, hot chocolate or mince pies beforehand, or end the walk with a well-deserved Christmas dinner or drinks.
  • You could even dress up – think reindeer antlers and Santa hats, or light-up accessories to shine on through the night.

Christmas Family Activities

It's the most wonderful time of year, which means it's time to gather the family together for some festive fun. Whether you want to make a Christmas card for someone special, play some festive party games, create your own Christmas story, or fill your house with laughter, we have the perfect activity for you and your family.

Christmas Raffle

Enter our Christmas Raffle now and you can help us be here for children this Christmas. With a chance to win £10,000, a luxury holiday, or one of over 50 other cash prizes, now is the time to play for a festive treat.

What brings you joy during the festive season? Whether you're looking forward to decorating the tree, indulging in some delicious feasts, or spending time with loved ones, there could be an extra gift to unwrap when you take part in the raffle.

Each £1 raffle ticket gives you another chance to win this Christmas, while also helping make sure children have somewhere to turn to when they need support. Thank you for your support and good luck in the draw!

For full details of the work of the NSPCC and their Christmas activities please visit the NSPCC website.

Article posted 20 December 2021

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