Posted by The Guardian on Thursday, December 14, 2017 · 7:38am A farmhouse decorated with festive Christmas lights, a Christmas tree and a Christmas-themed carol is one of the few places in the UK where there is still a real need for a Christmas card, according to a spokesperson for a local charity.
The lights are all part of the “Merry Christmas” campaign by the RSPCA, which is run by the organisation that runs the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
The RSPC’s Christmas card campaign has been running for the last few years, but has only been carried out in a handful of locales in the country.
The Christmas card collection in the countryside of Chester is just one of several charities in the world that offer cards with festive touches.
The collection also includes a festive ornament made of tinsel, decorated chairs and a tinsel-filled toy carousel.
The charity’s manager, Sarah Pfeiffer, said: “We do collect cards in the Christmas period and we do have a range of different kinds of cards in that time.”
Christmas cards are so important to us because they are the most loved of the gifts we give.
“They’re the way we say thanks to the people who make up our community.”
The charity has had to start carrying out some Christmas cards from overseas in order to be able to send out cards in 2017, as Christmas decorations have fallen out of favour in the United Kingdom.
However, Sarah said the charity was not worried about Christmas-related violence or abuse, which are still a problem in the local area.
She said: It’s difficult to be a bit of a prissy person when you have to be out with other people to do things like bring a toy car to the Christmas market.
“But we can’t be afraid to say, ‘We need to have a bit more fun and celebrate this Christmas’ so we’ll take a look at it,” she said.
“That way we’re not going to be too worried about people taking things to a level that might upset us.”
The RSCA’s Christmas ornament collection is just the latest charity to come up with festive decorations for the festive season.
In 2016, the RSCCA launched a Christmas Tree for Christmas campaign in the US.
The campaign had the aim of raising money for the American Red Cross to help the victims of Hurricane Matthew, which hit Florida in 2017.
In 2018, a series of colourful Christmas cards was released with Christmas decorations across the UK.
This year’s collection is a bit different, with the charity working to create the most festive Christmas tree available.
The group has chosen to focus on the theme of “love, kindness and kindness, compassion and compassion”, which is one that is currently at the heart of the RPSC’s campaign.
Sarah said: The focus is on the relationship between two people and the love they have for each other.
“When you get a gift from someone, it doesn’t just come from the top down,” she explained.
“It’s the people you spend time with that give you the most joy and happiness, and that’s the theme we want to create with Christmas cards.”
The group will be releasing three different collections over Christmas: a Christmas ornament, Christmas tree ornament and a stuffed animal.
The decorations will be displayed in the barn at the farm where the family lives.
“We’re not trying to say it’s a Christmas present for anyone,” Sarah said.
Instead, the charity is trying to create a Christmas celebration for all of the members of the community.
“People love to come into the farm to have their holiday with us, and we’re really looking forward to seeing the results of that,” she added.