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Eco Committee supports Clothes Aid

Eco Committee work with the Lawrence Sheriff Parents' Association to support Clothes Aid
25 Oct 2018
School News
The Lawrence Sheriff Parents’ Association and the Eco Committee have organized a collection of old clothes to be donated to Clothes Aid.
Bags provided to students during form time are to be filled with unused clothes, and upon collection will be weighed by Clothes Aid. The PA will receive funds based upon the final weight of the school’s donation. 
Furthermore, the recycling element of this project is one of the key steps towards the Eco Committee’s attainment of the Green Flag Award, which the committee is aiming to achieve for the school by the end of this academic year.
How you can help
The bag provided to your child is to be filled with any unused clothes you are willing to donate – donations that exceed one bag can be put in bin bags.  Bags are labeled NSPCC, but all funds received will go directly to the LSS Parents Association
Full bags can be brought into school from MONDAY 5TH NOVEMBER until FRIDAY 9TH NOVEMBER 9.30AM.  Please deliver bags to the front office.
What do Clothes Aid want?
High street and designer women’s, men’s, babies and children’s clothing, outerwear, underwear, pairs of shoes (tied together), accessories including hats, belts and bags can all be put in Clothes Aid bags. Ontop of clothing items, the following can also be donated;
  • Sports equipment
  • Jewellery, ornaments and trinkets,
  • Children’s toys and games, stationery and notepads, paintings and antiques, board games
  • Paired curtains, duvet covers and pillowcases. Household linen
  • Phones and tablets, books, CDs and DVDs
  • Pots and pans
  • Digital cameras
  • Towels
  • Hand tools, cutlery and crockery, board games, kitchenware, bath mats
  • Pet accessoriesPlease put any of these items in a separate bag to clothing.
    Thank you,
    The PA & The Eco Committee
    Any further queries please contact the Eco Committee on

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