December 2020 marks the 50th Anniversary of the Railway Children Film.
To celebrate the occasion, and to raise funds for two charities, Jenny is offering 65 copies of a 2005 Centenary Edition of E. Nesbit's novel The Railway Children, beautifully illustrated with photographs from the period, with a foreword written by Jenny herself.
In addition Jenny will sign the Foreword page with a dedication to whomever is the chosen recipient. It will come with a signed 6x4 photo of The Railway Children poster tucked inside.
This is a Collectors item. There will only be the 65 copies, each of them numbered, and it would make a unique gift.
The asking price is £50, and every penny of it will go to charity as Jenny has covered all the costs including packing and postage.
Another gift idea, also raising money for charity:
Jenny has 50, 10x8”, copies of this charming photograph taken at Oakworth station with Bernard Cribbins as Mr Perks, Sally Thomsett as Phyllis, and Jenny as Roberta. These will also be signed with a personal message from Jenny. She would like to raise £25 for charity with each photo.
There are two charities that mean a lot to Jenny and the money raised will be split between them.
The Cystic Fibrosis Trust has a personal resonance for her. Like 1 in 25 people in the UK, Jenny carries the Cystic Fibrosis (CF) gene; and as both her niece and her great-nephew have CF, she knows the full impact of this condition on her family. Those with CF have been particularly vulnerable during this pandemic and have needed all the support the CFTrust could give.
St Giles Trust, for whom Jenny has been a patron for over 12 years, help some of the most vulnerable people in our society. This winter they have created The Pantry which not only gives emotional support but will help families badly affected by COVID out of food poverty.
If you would generously like to offer support and are not buying a gift, or wish to add an additional donation, please use the Donation option. You can offer £5, or (£10, £15, £20) by choosing it more than once). Thank you.
What Would You Like?