Win a Kit Kemp Christmas Wreath
FRIDAy 27th November 2020
Firmdale Hotels' Founder and Creative Director, Kit Kemp and her Design Studio, have created an eye catching Christmas wreath for Place2Be's Wreath Raffle, bringing together Kit Kemp's love of bold and playful designs with Fine Cell Work's cherished Christmas decorations.
The Wreath Raffle will raise much needed funds to help continue Place2Be's lifesaving work in schools throughout the UK, ensuring more children have access to quality mental health services.
Raffle tickets are £10 each and the raffle will be drawn on Friday 27th November 2020.
CLICK HERE for a chance to win.
About Kit Kemp Design Studio and Fine Cell Work's 'Christmas Quackers' Wreath
Adorned with Fine Cell Work’s collection of charming hand-stitched Christmas decorations, this natural twig wreath is home to festive friends, including Sid The Snowman, Gerry the Gingerbread Person, Hipster Father Christmas and Dottie the Dalmatian. Nestled amongst mossy green wools and ruby red felt, beautifully embroidered stars and peace doves add the finishing touches, bringing a nostalgic nod to a much loved Christmas classic.
This quirky, one-off design is sure to add a burst of fun and festive cheer to any doorway.
Kit Kemp is a Trustee of Fine Cell Work, a charity which makes beautiful handmade products in British prisons by teaching high quality needlework to prisoners, paying them for their craftsmanship and encouraging them to lead independent, crime-free lives.
This is a fundraising event held by and for Place2Be to help continue their charitable work of improving children's mental health.
The Wreath Raffle will be drawn at random by the Place2Be team on Friday 27th November 2020 and winners will be notified by email and phone.
About Kit Kemp
Over the years Kit Kemp MBE has been forging an internationally-acclaimed reputation, not only for her unique hotel interiors as Founder and Creative Director of Firmdale Hotels but also as a successful textiles, fragrance and homewares designer, author and a highly-respected champion of British art, craft and sculpture.