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Give up your unwanted Xmas gifts

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Latest community news from the Haverhill Echo, haverhillecho.co.uk, @haverhill on Twitter

Donations of new and second-hand items are needed to help a charity to raise vital funds.

St Nicholas Hospice Care is calling for items to re-sell in its nine shops

The charity, which helps people facing life-shortening illnesses and their families, is asking anyone who was given any Christmas presents this year which did not quite hit the spot to think

about giving them to the hospice.

The charity’s Retail Team is also asking anyone who is updating their furniture to think about donating their older unwanted items.

As well as clothing items, the Hospice can sell good quality pre-loved sofas, chairs, tables, cabinets and other home furnishings and bric a brac. Hospice van drivers can collect items if required.

Ian Daniels, St Nicholas Hospice Care Head of Retail, said: “If you have any unwanted gifts we would be very grateful to have them in our shops, as well as any furniture.

“If you have been clearing out your old clothes, we would be delighted to receive them. Even old and tatty textiles, which cannot be sold, can be recycled and also raise funds for the hospice.”

Donations can be made at the hospice’s shop in Haverhill. For more information or to inquire about collections, call 01284 747622.

 

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