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Silver Cross thanks its indie retailers

Nursery brand, Silver Cross, has been working with its network of independent retailers to support refugee families arriving in the UK from Afghanistan.

Working with its partner charity, Baby Basics UK, Silver Cross has donated over 50 travel systems and hundreds of items of clothing and bedding to the cause. Baby Basics UK is working directly with the UK government to support refugees arriving with babies and small children.

As well as the donations from Silver Cross, many of the brand’s independent UK retailers have also extended offers to help.

David Abbott, director of marketing at Silver Cross, said: “We are so thankful to our independent retailers who have helped to donate essential items to the refugee families arriving from Afghanistan. The support has been overwhelming and we would like to say a huge thank you.”


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