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London Taxi PR donates Pops the Magic Taxi books to Brompton Fountain

London Taxi PR (LTPR), an organisation which represents the interests of the Licensed London Taxi profession, has paid a visit to children’s charity, Brompton Fountain, to present and donate a number of books about Pops the Magic Taxi, accompanied by the books author and Taxi driver, Fiona Kennedy.

The donation of books, which were presented in person to several patients on the children’s wards at Royal Brompton Hospital, was made by LTPR founder and Director, Lee Sheppard, PR and Communications head, Andy Scott, and Pops the Magic Taxi author, Fiona Kennedy. A further number of books for the charity were also presented to Brompton Fountain Director, Trudy Nickels.

Pops the Magic Taxi is a children’s book about Pops, a magical Taxi that can not only talk, but also has the ability to travel back through time. The book involves Pops visiting Battersea Power Station, to help rescue a runaway dog.

London Taxi PR decided to make the donation of the books to Brompton Fountain as Andy from LTPR has known about the charity for a number of years due to a family member suffering from Cystic Fibrosis and seen at first hand the work they do for children and their families.

The Brompton Fountain charity supports the paediatric intensive care unit and children’s ward, the young patients and their families at Royal Brompton Hospital. It relies on the kindness and generosity of its supporters for its funding and donations.

 

The donation follows a similar recent donation from the taxi PR group made to Children’s Hospice Richard House.

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