Access Storage on Shepherd’s Bush Road are blazing a trail with their Christmas drive for local children, and getting the support of some well-known names – or should that be 'labels'. Yes, we’re talking fashion. The Access Storage Hammersmith charity appeal has got off to a good start with the support of leading designer, Julien MacDonald, and he made a personal visit to lend his support by donating 8 signed fashion Barbie dolls and 9 pieces of clothing from his exclusive kids' range at Debenhams worth almost £200!
All the gifts will be handed out to children at the store on Friday 16 December. Local businesses have come up trumps with their support too and have donated items like gift cards, cinema tickets, and a novelty toast rack shaped like a well-known yeast extract product - OK, love it or hate it, Marmite!
Access have received some good press coverage too from the Westminster and Kensington & Chelsea Chronicle as well as the Express.
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