Posted: Tue 19th Nov 2019

Chirk cafe to host ‘Donate Don’t Dump’ for unwanted items in aid of Nightingale House for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Nov 19th, 2019

Residents in Chirk and the surrounding areas are being invited to take part in the first ‘Donate Don’t Dump’ initiative in aid of Nightingale House Hospice.

Taking place at Caffi Wylfa, the social enterprise run café on Castle Road throughout tomorrow (Wednesday 20th November), members of the public have the chance to have a clear out of unwanted items whilst helping those with life-limiting illnesses.

The re-sale of donated items through the ‘Nightingales’ retail outlets provide much needed funds so the Hospice can continue to provide free specialist care to patients within its catchment area.

All the hospice asks is that the items are of good quality types such as clothes, furniture, electrical goods and bric-a-brac.

Caffi Wylfa is also giving away a free coffee with every cake purchased for anyone who donates on the day!

Anybody wanting to donate their unused items can drop them off at Caffi Wylfa throughout
Wednesday 20th November.

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