Crayford charity appeals for donations
PUBLISHED: 16:48 28 October 2015 | UPDATED: 16:48 28 October 2015
Sense, a national deafblind charity based at Bourne Industrial Estate, is asking people to supply clothes, accessories, bric-a-brac, books, music and DVDs, furniture and electrical goods
A deafblind charity is appealing for stock donations at its trading headquarters at Bourne Industrial Estate in Crayford.
Sense was affected by the roadworks to build a roundabout to ease traffic congestion on Bourne Road, as locals could not easily access the warehouse to hand in their donations.
Adrian Darkin, Sense trading director, said: “We are hugely grateful to the people of Bexley for their ongoing support.
“The local community has been incredibly generous to us with their kind donations helping us to raise money for deafblind people.
“Our friendly team are looking forward to welcoming more supporters’ donations, now that the work is completed.”
The charity is appealing for clothes, accessories, bric-a-brac, books, music and DVDs, furniture and electrical goods.
All donations will go to the 90 shops Sense operates across the UK to raise vital funds for children and adults who are both deaf and blind.
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