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The Pear Tree Fund

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We are incredibly grateful for all the donations we receive.

We are always looking for clean items such as clothes, kitchenware and unwanted gifts – so do pop in if there is anything you’d like to donate. We also accept small pieces of furniture, but please check with us before donating as there are some items we cannot accept.

If your items are worn, faded or not suitable for resale, we can recycle them. Please make sure they are clean and let us know that they are for recycling when you drop them into the shop by labelling the box or bag clearly.

If you have lots of things to donate or are not sure if they are suitable, you can phone us for advice. We can also make special arrangements to collect items if you are not able to bring them in yourself.

Please note that to protect our volunteers and the public during the coronavirus outbreak, Dee's Den is currently only accepting donations between 10am and 1pm on Mondays and Thursdays.

Please only bring in two to three bags or boxes of clean and saleable items at a time. Unfortunately we are unable to accept electrical items.

We would be grateful if you could only bring in your donations on Mondays and Thursdays. Please don’t leave bags at the door if we are closed.

To get in touch, call Nikki Sawkins on 07733 668221.

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