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Recycling

Recycling is one of the best ways for you to have a positive impact on the world in which we live. Most homes now recycle bottles, tins, paper, cardboard and food waste but there are many other things you can recycle which will help the environment and help raise vital funds for Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland.

Stamps

It doesn't matter if your stamps are old or new, from the UK or Overseas. If you've received stamps on your mail/packages they can be used to raise money for SBH Scotland. We'd expect to receive about £17 for every kilogram.

How to get involved:

Please cut the stamp off the envelope leaving approximately 1cm of envelope or packaging around each stamp.

Package them up and either drop them off at our Family Support Centre or send to:

SBH Scotland Stamp Appeal

PO Box 6107

Stromness

Orkney

KW16 3AB

Jewellery/Old or unwanted bank notes (UK and foreign currency)

If you have any unwanted gold, silver, costume jewellery, watches or bank notes please send them to our Jewellery and Banknote Recycling Appeal. Even broken and damaged items will help, so all those odd earrings and snapped chains are a perfect start. All items are then assessed by our recycling partner's experts to determine the value.

How to get involved:

Please package up any unwanted items carefully and send Freepost to:

FREEPOST RTKS-LALB-TUXY

SBH Scotland

Unit 14

Amber Business Village

Amber Close

Tamworth

B77 4RP

Thanks for getting involved.

Call us on 03455 211 600 or email us for more information.

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