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Oxfordshire Mind Christmas Cards

Our Christmas Cards are now available to buy on our online shop and at several retailers in Oxfordshire. We’re proud to announce that they are our most eco-friendly cards yet!

This summer, Oxfordshire Mind hosted a Christmas card competition, open to members of the public and all service users. The five winning designs have been printed and will be sold to raise vital funds for the charity.

The idea for a Christmas card competition started in our Cherwell and West locality. The hub ran their own competition with the winning designs being sold in various outlets such as Eden Café, The Little Shop and Community Hospital café. The competition has now expanded and is open to our service users, supporters and members of the public.

We would like to say a very big thank you for the time and effort our entrants took to create and submit their Christmas card designs.

We’re delighted to reveal that the winners of this year’s charity Christmas card competition are:

Bazart – Barry Mills

Have a crackin’ Christmas – Jenny Sadie

Banbury Cross Snow Scene – Anonymous

Goose in the Dark – Colin Garrard

Snowman Fun – Anonymous

Congratulations to the winners!

Our charity Christmas cards are on sale now, so pop a pack of 10 in your basket and get a head start on your card writing, while doing your bit for charity.

You can also purchase our Christmas cards from:
Organic Deli Cafe, 24 Friars Entry, Oxford OX1 2BY
Rainbow and Spoon, 22 Park End Street, Oxford OX1 1HU
The Handlebar Cafe, 28-32 St Michael Street, Oxford, OX1 2EB
Wicked Chocolate, Covered Market, Market St, Oxford OX1 3DZ
The Mind Charity Shop, 118 Walton Street, Oxford, OX2 6AJ
Wells Stores Farm Shop and Café, Peach Croft Farm, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 2HP

This year’s cards have been sustainably printed on FSC Certified recycled paper using waterless printing, saving vast quantities of water. The cards have been packaged with NATIVIA® film, which delivers a lower carbon footprint compared to most oil-based plastics and can be industrially composted and recycled.

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