Disney supports KIDS through magical St Pancras Christmas Tree

16 November 2015

A sprinkle of Disney Christmas magic will be enchanting commuters and families at St Pancras International this festive season with a calendar packed full of exciting events, experiences and offers. 

Unveiled on 12th November and taking pride of place in the centre of the station is the world’s biggest Disney Junior Christmas tree made from soft toys. Towering over the concourse at 14 metres high, the magical tree has been created using 2,000 individual Disney Store soft toys. All of the toys used in its creation will later be donated to KIDS centres across the country to be enjoyed by the 8,000 disabled children and young people we support.

Every four minutes passers-by will marvel as snow magically falls from the top of the Christmas tree with snowflakes that have been specifically designed to dissolve as they fall to the ground.

Peter Rowbottom, Director of Fundraising said “We’re extremely grateful to Disney for choosing to support KIDS with this wonderful Christmas initiative. Not only is it a brilliant thing for spectators to enjoy over the festive period, but the toys will later be greatly enjoyed by the children we support in 2016.” 

Pictured above is Ralph Mbamali and his mother Oreke Mbamali who use our Camden Home learning service.

The Disney Junior Christmas tree will be present in St Pancras International until 4th January 2016.


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