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Robinson Pelham launches competition to raises money for the NET

Jewellery store Robinson Pelham is calling upon all its friends, customers and colleagues to come together and help it raise money for the National Emergencies Trust (NET).

The jeweller said that having spent some time thinking about how it can help during the current Covid-19 situation, it is “excited” to announce a Tiara colouring/decorating competition.

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The contest is suitable for all ages with the chance to win a Robinson Pelham Rainbow Necklace worth £600.

Entries require a donation of £2 or more and winners will be picked from only entries submitted through our entry page.

The company said 100% of the proceeds will go to the National Emergencies Trust (NET) to help with the Coronavirus.

A statement by the jeweller read: “ We’re calling on all adults and children to get involved, have fun, lose yourselves in colouring/ decorating a Robinson Pelham tiara designed with iconic shapes from our ‘Wish’ collection.

“For more info go to www.robinsonpelham.com. We can’t wait to see your creations.”

 

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