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Donate to Children in Need for free in Newham shops

16:00 14 November 2012

Fundraisers and generous shoppers can donate to the BBC’s Children in Need at stores throughout Newham with Paypoint facilities.

Around 20 shops in Newham are signed up to the network and they will be taking cash donations until 11pm on the night of the Appeal Show on Friday, November 16.

PayPoint is free to use and can be identified by a yellow and blue sign. Find your nearest shop offering the service by entering your postcode at www.paypoint.co.uk.

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