Teen Challenge wreaths go on sale for Christmas

Local people have the opportunity to buy festive holly wreaths, whilst contributing to a great cause.
Local people have the opportunity to buy festive holly wreaths, whilst contributing to a great cause.

Local people have the opportunity to buy festive holly wreaths, whilst contributing to a great cause.

This Christmas season, rehabilitation charity Teen Challenge North East Scotland is once again producing fresh, hand-made wreaths, with customers able to create unique designs from a range of flowers, berries and ribbons. All money raised from the project will be reinvested into Teen Challenge’s two residential centres; the organisation’s men’s facility, Sunnybrae, near Fyvie, and its women’s centre, Benaiah, near Mintlaw, which both help hurting people break free from addictions to live healthy, clean lives.

This year, Teen Challenge has opened a shop in Fraserburgh, where people can view, purchase and order wreaths, which are priced at £17. Situated on the town’s high street next to Cakerella, the shop is open from 1pm to 5pm, Monday to Friday, and from 10am to 5pm on Saturdays.