Spring clean for Canning Town charity Community Links
Canning Town charity Community Links needs the fruits of your spring cleaning to use in their projects.
If you are looking for a good home for your unwanted items, the Barking Road-based charity is a good place to start.
Established 30 years ago, Community Links run a number of projects and advisory services in Newham for local people to support children, young people, adults and families.
The charity run the Chandos East, Newham City Farm, East Ham Nature Reserve, Rokeby, Arc in the Park, Asta Community Hub, Play Sow and Grow, as well as a number of employment and educational services.
Community Links say they are happy to consider anything but materials that would be particularly useful to them are; tools, gardening equipment including Barrows, hoses etc, good quality paving, fencing, large wood and ply sheets, paint, excess top soil, good quality second hand games, toys, sports equipment, garden furniture, wellington boots, tents and camping equipment, computers, cameras, DVD players, games consoles, and fitness equipment.
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Items can be dropped off at Community Links, 105 Barking Road, Canning Town, London, E16 4HQ from Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm and until 8pm on Wednesdays.
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