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Liverpool Royal Albert Dock goes green for NSPCC

The dock is the first around the country to ‘go green’ in support of the NSPCC. Credit: NSPCC

Liverpool’s Royal Albert Dock has changed its colour this week in a unique show of support for the NSPCC’s Christmas appeal.

The historic landmark is the first around the country to ‘go green’ for the Get Your Sparkle On campaign, which takes place on December 11.

The campaign is about highlighting the work the charity does by encouraging the public to wear sparkling clothing or organising sparkle-themed events.

Deborah Sefton, fundraiser for the NSPCC, said: “

We are over the moon that Liverpool’s beautiful Royal Albert Dock is supporting us this year, and encouraging people to get their sparkle on in such a stunning and eye-catching fashion.

“It’s easy for anyone to take part in Get Your Sparkle On this December 11 – whether you’re just wearing a sparkly jumper, or organising a sparkling bake-off at work, every single penny raised will go towards helping children and young people get the help they need this Christmas. Special thanks to National Museums Liverpool for their support in making this happen”

– Deborah Sefton, NSPCC

To find out more about how you can support the NSPCC this Christmas, search #SparkleOn or go to www.nspcc.org.uk/christmas/get-your-sparkle-on for your free fundraising pack.

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