Handmade reindeer flew off the shelves in Cardiff, sold in aid of a Welsh helicopter charity.
The Corner, Roath, made wooden reindeer ornaments and sold them in aid of Wales Air Ambulance, helping to fund the charity’s missions across Wales.
Volunteers at the centre built festive decorations from wood, completed with handmade knitted scarves.
By selling their Christmas creations, the Corner raised £600 for the charity.
Catrin Hall, Wales Air Ambulance Community Coordinator, said: “The Corner turned their Christmas cheer to Wales Air Ambulance and gave a gift to Wales, by helping to fund our lifesaving missions.
“We would like to say a huge thank you to the Corner, who’s kind fundraising raised an outstanding donation for WAA.
“As a charity, we rely on kind support to fund our operations, and their donation will help us come to the aid of people across the country.”
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