Donate springclean goods to Romford charity
Havering springcleaners are being urged to donate unwanted goods to the British Heart Foundation (BHF).
The Romford BHF Furniture and Electrical Store is running low in stock.
Now residents are being asked to take advantage of a free collection service, which can be booked online.
So far the store, in Market Place, has undertaken 164 free pick-ups since opening in January, raising more than �19,680 for the nation’s heart charity.
The store is also looking for smaller electrical items such as kettles, microwaves, toasters, and hair straighteners and irons, which locals can drop off.
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All funds go towards fighting heart disease – the nation’s biggest killer.
Area manager, Ruth Sheed, said: “Our free collection service provides a practical solution for unwanted items that will help save lives.”
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To arrange a free collection, call: 0844 248 9177 or book online at: bhf.org.uk/collection