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Honeypot Children's Charity has long been bandv's charity of choice—and what better way to sing its praises than to (once again) design their annual Christmas Carol Concert programme, tickets and flyers.

Based in Honeypot House in the New Forest, Hampshire, and Honeypot Pen y Bryn (Top of the Hill) in Wales, Honeypot offers holiday play breaks and outreach support to young children who spend their time outside school caring for compromised family members.

Since its founding in 1996, Honeypot's been the only UK charity to offer such consistent support for children aged five to 12 across the South East, Greater London, Wales and (sometimes!) Scotland.

Much needed fun and relaxation is supplied by indoor and outdoor activities—not to mention new friendships. There's also a Honeypot Playbus that takes play sessions to where the children live.

bandv also champions Honeypot at networking events, and our Chairman and PR Director, Colin and Angela Breckenridge, will be warbling their hearts out at this year's Honeypot Carol Concert in the magnificent Norman pile that is Romsey Abbey.

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Have we gone on a bit? That's only because Honeypot has our hearts, and we are both delighted and proud to play our part in supporting this charity at a time of year that has children fizzing with excitement.

Why not come and carol with us? Superbly designed tickets are available...
Contact Kate Browning: 023 8089 0002 / kate@honeypot.org.uk

Oh, and a big thank you to our Senior Designer, Diarmid Langley, for flexing his design-muscle on our annual Honeypot contribution.

Looking forward to singing Honeypot's praises with you!

"The Honeypot Children’s Charity’s vision is for every child to make the most of their one chance at childhood.”