Ruth & Peter Watkins: October 2019
NEXT Sunday 13th October we will celebrate Harvest, and as usual we will be supporting the Whitechapel Mission. Please bring in your donations that morning, and they will then be transported to the Mission. Below are the most needed items. As always, we suggest 'own brands' — you can then afford more items! Any queries, contact Peter & Ruth Watkins 01296 485087
Tinned/Dry Food: Desperate for: Peanut Butter, Squash, Biscuits, Sugar, Coffee Plum Tomatoes (not chopped), Instant Hot Chocolate, Ketchup Tinned Meat, Tinned Tuna/Fish Also needed: Shredded Wheat, Pepper, Brown Sauce, Pot Noodles, Nutella Porridge, Salt, Honey
Toiletries: Desperate for: Shaving foam Also needed: Body Lotion, Body Wash, Ladies Make-up
Clothing: Desperate For: Underpants, Boxers, Jeans 28-36", Trousers 28-34" Small Rucksacks, Men's Trainers, Men's Shoes, Knickers & Bras Also needed: Winter Jackets, Winter Coats, Baseball Caps, Shoe & Boot laces
Bedding - We cannot use duvets and pillows Desperate for: Sleeping Bags Also needed: Blankets
Household: Desperate for: Carrier Bags Also needed: Nail Clippers, 35mm Film Canisters (used to distribute Shampoo)
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