Christmas decorations supplier, The Christmas Decorators, is opening a store in Liverpool in December, next door to Herbert Howe’s flagship hair salon on Hanover Street.
The company is also joining forces with the hairdresser and his Queenie’s Christmas Charity to bring ‘Santa Claus’ to Liverpool over Christmas as part of a week-long charity event.
Santa will be making a week-long stop at the store’s Christmas grotto to help make Christmas wishes come true for local children.
Children’s charity, Queenie’s was first launched in 2007 in honour of Herbert’s mother who died of Parkinson’s disease, and each year helps support under-privileged children over the Christmas season.
Director of The Christmas Decorators, Nick Bolton, said: “We are very proud to be teaming up with Herbert in supporting Queenie’s Christmas Charity as we open the doors to our new store this Christmas. It’s a truly fantastic cause.”
Howe said: “Our charity is all about reaching out and spreading a little Christmas cheer and happiness to those who find themselves in need over Christmas-time.
“I believe charity begins at home, and despite the economic downturn, the wonderful people of Merseyside have proven time after time, that they have the biggest of hearts when it comes to giving. We hope make Christmas 2011 our best year yet.”
The Christmas Decorators already has one store based in the Wavertree area of Liverpool, but hopes a city centre store will make it easier for more people to get their hands on some of their Christmas bargains this year.
Bolton said: “For anyone looking to dress their home in the styles of the stars or add that magical, festive touch to their Christmas, our new shop on Hanover Street will offer lots of fun and inspiration to help get people in the Christmas mood.”