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    Lindt supporting NSPCC charity this Christmas

    For the seventh consecutive year, international chocolatier Lindt & Sprüngli is supporting the NSPCC to raise vital funds for Childline. From 1 December, for every Lindt TEDDY Milk and White chocolate (100g) purchased from Lindt chocolate shops, major grocery channels, retailers and e-shop www.lindt.co.uk, Lindt will donate £1.00. With a target of £100,000, Lindt’s donation will help Childline this Christmas. 

    In seven years supporting the NSPCC, Lindt has raised over £600,000 for this valuable cause. In addition, Lindt is sponsoring the NSPCC’s annual “Merry Little Christmas” charity concert for the third year at Cadogan Hall, London on Monday 27 November. This is an enchanting evening of carols, musical performances from well-known celebrities and special guests. Visit www.nspcc.org.uk for tickets (from £40 per person) and further information.

    “Enjoy the magic of Christmas with Lindt TEDDY whilst supporting this worthy cause,” said a Lindt spokesperson. “Crafted by the Master Chocolatiers using their finest Milk and White chocolate, each Lindt TEDDY is delicately dressed in gold foil, tied with a red or white ribbon and a heart charm. An ideal stocking filler or gift this Christmas for friends and family.”

    Supporting children and young people for over 35 years, Childline gives every child access to free, confidential support whenever they need it. Childline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, online at childline.org.uk and by phone on 0800 1111.

    For more information or for the online store visit www.lindt.co.uk/shop and also follow on Facebook at www.facebook.com/lindtuk/ or Instagram www.instagram.com/LindtUK

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