Having purchased many cards with the intention of sending them to coleagues in our choir where I am known to be having treatment for cancer.
The message on the back of the card seemed most inappropriate, as it explaining the difficulties a cancer patient could suffer. Almost like asking for sympathy for my condition. Most inappropriate as many have more difficult problems to contend with.
All your cards were handed in to the Patrick Room at the Queen Elizabeth Hosp B'ham, for them to sell. We were given some Q E H B cards as replacements.
Shop team reply: Hi - thank you for leaving your feedback. I'm sorry to hear that you didn't like the message on the back of the cards I have forwarded your review product team so they are aware and we can consider it when planning our ranges next year.
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Macmillan Shop Team
Of 29 cards on the website only 4 were religious. I appreciate Macmillan tries to be 'inclusive' but Christmas is a Christian festival after all. Three of the four designs either had gold foil or glitter on them. Why? It's unnecessary. This particular card has glitter all over it and looks cheap and tacky. I sent mine back for exchange.
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