Little Mix show they care for Children In Need
Little Mix have added their names to the Show You Care with the LINDT Bear for Children In Need
Little Mix show they care with the LINDT Bear for Children In Need
Little Mix are showing they care for Children In Need this year.
For the third year running, a host of big hearted celebrities, including the girl group featuring South Shields’ Perrie Edwards and Jade Thirlwall, are lending their support to the Show You Care with the LINDT Bear campaign, which sees LINDT pledge to raise £100,000 in aid of BBC Children in Need 2014.
The celebrities have been photographed alongside their signed, ornamental versions of the trademark chocolate LINDT Bear. The Bears are up for auction at www.facebook.com/LindtUK , alongside a giant ornamental LINDT Bear which has been signed by a number of the celebrities and will become the property of the highest bidder.
Celebrities with signed Bears up for auction include:
Since 2012, Lindt has donated £225,000 in aid of BBC Children in Need through the Show You Care campaign. BBC Children in Need supports disadvantaged children and young people across the UK and every penny raised from each signed LINDT Bear will help to make a difference.
To further support the charity, LINDT’s Master Chocolatiers lovingly crafted LINDT Chocolate Bear is on sale now. It’s the perfect way to ‘show you care’ with 10% of profits from sales of the 10g Bear going to BBC Children in Need.
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Darren was appointed editor of the Chronicle in September 2011, following a six-year spell as editor of the Evening Gazette in Teesside.
He has held a number of senior roles on regional newspapers across England, Scotland and Wales over the last 15 years and is now editor-in-chief of Trinity Mirror North East.