Cory’s Christmas Toy Appeal!



St Clair Vets are very proud to be supporting one of our local heroes Cory Davison.

Cory a Blyth school boy will once again be donning his magical elf costume and along with his dad dressed of course as Santa Claus, his twin brother Cain also an elf all with family and friends. He will be surprising those youngsters finding themselves spending Christmas in hospital this year, by delivering donated Christmas gifts to the wards.

He will be visiting the RVI at Newcastle and Cramlington Hospital on Christmas morning handing out the donated gifts to all of the children and teenagers who can’t be at home this Christmas.

Corys knows all too well about spending time in children’s wards at hospital after fighting a rare brain tumour. Cory has been in remission now for 6 years and is always putting everyone before himself.

The staff at St Clair think Cory is an amazing young role model and we would love to help support him in collecting gifts for the children’s ward.

We will have a dedicated gift collection box in our waiting area where we kindly ask that anyone wanting to donate a gift can do so by placing it in the collection box for Corey to pick up. All gifts must be new and unwrapped so that they can be wrapped and given to the appropriate child or teenager. You can choose if the gift is for a girl or for a boy age ranging up to 21 years.

I am sure you will agree that Cory is a wonderful selfless individual giving up his Christmas day to deliever these amazing gifts, and I am sure with all of the wonderful clients we have, we can collect some great gifts for this fantastic cause.