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Donate Items This Saturday To Help Rufugees Camped In France

Published on: 21 Jan, 2016
Updated on: 21 Jan, 2016

Take unwanted clothing and other items for refugees camped in France to a collection this Saturday, January 23.

Items like these are needed.

Items like these are needed.

The venue is once again the council’s Woking Road depot, and the time is from 11am to 3pm.

It is being orgainised by Guildford: People to People for CalAid. This time they are appealing for specific items that their volunteers will be bagging up and taking to France the next day for immediate distribution.

They particularly ask for:

Men’s trousers sizes 28-32 (jeans, tracksuits, waterproofs etc – no suits please!).

Men’s waterproof walking shoes sizes 38-45.

Men’s warm, waterproof coats.

New men’s socks.

Warm blankets.

Sleeping bags, preferably in cases.

Also welcome will be long life/dried food, baby food fruit pouches, ready mixed formula cartons, nappies and wipes.

Boxes filled with donations ready to be taken to France for refugees.

Boxes filled with donations ready to be taken to France for refugees.

If you do not have clothes to donate, cash donations will be very welcome and can be made via

Suitable donations collected on Saturday will be taken to France the following day for immediate distribution.

For directions to the collection centre click here.

Find out more on the Guildford: People to People Facebook page or the website at

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