By David Newble
Wednesday, February 19, 2014
CLOTHING store, TK Maxx, Newport is teaming up with Cancer Research UK to raise funds for research into childhood cancers.
The Give Up Clothes for Good campaign involves donating unwanted clothing, games, DVDs, books and CDs. The store will also accept donations at its tills. All items collected will go for sale at Cancer Research shops on the Isle of Wight.
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by Keven Ball
20th February 2014, at 11:10:36
I am sure you would like that ;)
by Baz Taylor
20th February 2014, at 00:26:20
Go on then Kevan. Get yer kit off and donate some clothes!
19th February 2014, at 18:25:51
I fully back these projects and hope others will as well?
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