Gift donations from schools, companies and individuals have been given to the Didcot charity Play2Give for its fifth annual toy drop to the Children's Hospital.

This Sunday at 10.30 am the Children's Hospital will receive a festive visit for Play2Give's Christmas appeal which is aptly named, Sleigh2Give.

Lending a had to distribute the presents will be Santa and his elves as well as volunteers all dressed in their superhero aliases.

Mr Incredible, Spider-man and Elsa from Frozen will all be giving out gifts and Army members from Didcot's Vauxhall Barracks 11EOD regiment will be there to help.

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The founder and CEO of Play2Give, Andrew Baker, said: "It has been another phenomenal year for us with having smashed the £15k target I set out to raise earlier this year for 2019."

The charity Play2Give have been able to put a smile on the faces of the children in the ward this year with help from companies and charities in Didcot.

Changing Lives brought £3,500 worth of toys and gifts this year which has contributed to the Sleigh2Give campaign.

The Didcot vauxhall barracks and Go Green Taxis have supported the charity for the fourth year by providing the transport.