Thank you for support

PUBLISHED: 12:27 21 September 2006 | UPDATED: 09:51 31 May 2010

SAFFRON Sight would like to thank everyone who supported our recycling stall at the Mayor s environmental exhibition. Many members of the public kindly donated their used printer cartridges and old mobile phones to us, which we recycle to help our fundra

SAFFRON Sight would like to thank everyone who supported our recycling stall at the Mayor's environmental exhibition.

Many members of the public kindly donated their used printer cartridges and old mobile phones to us, which we recycle to help our fundraising.

As a charity we earn donations through our recycling scheme and it is an important source of income for us.

The scheme has been in existence for some time and people are invited to continue donating their spent cartridges and old mobile phones to us at our Resource Centre in Central Arcade, in Saffron Walden.

We are indebted to Martyn and Judith Linwood, who operate our recycling scheme.

All the funds we raise are used to support the work Saffron Sight undertakes to assist visually impaired people in the local area.

Saffron Sight was delighted to participate at the event and would like to thank the Mayor, Cllr Shibata for inviting us.

It was great to meet so many supportive people who are concerned with environmental issues and we would like congratulate the organisers on the success of the day.

Madeleine Cassidy

Director

Saffron Sight


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