Primrose Hospice helped by Webbs Garden Centre

by | Mar 5, 2016 | News | 0 comments

Webbs Wychbold

Webbs Garden Centre customers are being encouraged to have a spring clean and donate any unwanted items to Primrose Hospice.?The award-winning store in Wychbold is holding its annual ‘Donate, Don?t Dump’ day for the organisation, taking place on Thursday, 17th March.

A Webbs spokesperson said: “Customers are asked to come along to the store between 10am and 5pm with good quality, pre-loved items.? They can put them in the collection area in the Webbs car park. Donations will be sold by Primrose in their charity shops to help fund care of patients and families.”

Chairman Ed Webb said: ?The aim of ‘Donate, Don’t Dump Day’ is to improve the quality and quantity of donations to charity shops and for giving in this way to be an easy and frequent event. This helps charities such as Primrose to raise the much needed funds to carry out their invaluable work in the community.?

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