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Bring a Bin Full for Kidsgrove ‘Dougie Mac’

Bring a Bin Full kidsgroveDouglas Macmillan Hospice is launching an innovative promotion to encourage local people to sort out their pre loved clothes and shoes in the lead up to Christmas.

People are been asked to bring clothes and shoes to fill a 80 litre bin to their local Dougie Mac shop in Kidsgrove and in return will receive a £5 DMH shop voucher .

Janice Redfern DMH Kidsgrove Shop Manager said “More and more people are shopping in our charity shops looking for a unique bargain. “We now need more donated items to sell and have always been fortunate in the fantastic support of local people.“However, we really need to keep the momentum going this year to fund patient care.”  

The Bring a Bin Full campaign starts 1st November .

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0 #2 DawnD 2012-11-05 09:42
Hiya Dougie Mac, I have some books which I will send down to you if they are of any use. Will pass on to my parents who will drop them off. Also we are due to have a Charity Jumble soon, so any clothes etc left from that we will pass on to you. Hope this helps. Love Dawn xxx
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0 #1 laura denton 2012-11-01 22:46
support all your local charity shops in kidsgrove, BRITISH RED CROSS is the first charity to launch a give and gain loyalty card, now being given to customers and donors, collect your points when you buy or donate and get your exclusive vouchers in the post, its just like tesco club cards,its our way of rewarding all our customers who support thr red cross and keep our community together. xx
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