During the busy festive and New Year period, Westfield London is hosting an exclusive exhibition of powerful illustrations that tell the heartfelt stories of vulnerable refugee children who have been forced to flee their homes and make perilous and distressing journeys to reach European shores.
The exhibition will run from Tuesday 22nd December to Sunday 3rd January and will serve as a reminder of the thousands of refugee children and families who have tragically had their lives turned upside-down this year - escaping bombs, bullets and torture in warzones like Syria.
The beautiful artwork from four internationally acclaimed artists - George Butler, David Foldvari, Toby Morison and Linda Kitson - will be displayed in The North Atrium, beside the ice rink, to raise money and awareness for Save the Children’s Child Refugee Crisis appeal.
The illustrators have all recently travelled to Europe to witness the vital work that Save the Children is carrying out to ensure that refugee children and their families have the immediate protection, essential supplies and psychological support they need, as well as on-going care, shelter and education to help them regain a degree of normality after everything they’ve been through.
To support Save the Children’s Child Refugee Crisis appeal visit: www.savethechildren.org.uk
Official Link: https://uk.westfield.com/london/entertainment/events/save-the-children/23506