Drop-off point for unwanted and unused tools to be held in Southwold
- Credit: Nick Butcher
It is the season for spring cleaning and if you have any old tools or equipment you no longer use The Rotary Club of Southwold and District would be interested in receiving them.
The Rotary Club of Southwold and District is supporting Ipswich-based charity Tools with a Mission - that restores and renovates unwanted implements, which are then packaged and sent to third world countries to encourage self-sufficiency.
From carpentry and electrical kits to sewing machines, all equipment is refurbished to be used in vocational and training centres, enabling people to learn a skill.
Members of the Rotary Club of Southwold and District will be manning a drop-off point opposite the Southwold Scout Hall between 9am and 1pm on March 25.
People are encouraged to bring along any unwanted but usable tools.
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For those unable to attend but who still wish to donate email: email@example.com.
For more information visit: www.southwoldrotary.co.uk.
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