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North Anston: Charity clothing stocks at all-time low

Lance Hides, Bluebell Wood driver, retail manager James Bower and Tony Salthouse.

Lance Hides, Bluebell Wood driver, retail manager James Bower and Tony Salthouse.

Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice is encouraging people to use the new year as a time to de-clutter and donate any unwanted items.

The North Anston-based charity has eight shops around the region that sell second hand goods and a variety of new items. Their clothes banks are currently at an all-time low so they are appealing to the general public to help them out and donate any unwanted items and bric-a-brac.

Retail manager James Bower, said: “We are asking everyone if their wardrobe is bursting at the seams to please have a clear out and donate any excess items to us to sell in our shops.”

Drop items off at the shops or at one of the bag-it-up days around the region. Visit www.bluebellwood.org/about-us/our-shops/ for dates and locations.

 

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