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MORAY RESIDENTS ARE being asked to answer a call for donations of warm clothing as freezing temperatures become more prevalent.
Elgin charity store Barnardo’s say that stocks of winter clothing such as coats and jumpers are urgently required – and are calling on the public to have a clear-out ahead of Christmas to help out.
Barnardo’s Scotland business manager is Carole Robertson, who said: “We really need people to look in their wardrobes and dig out any good quality coats, jumpers and winter warmers that they have not worn for a while and take them to the local Barnardo’s shop.
“Not only does the money for the sale of these items fund our work with disadvantaged children in the area, but our shops also give local families the opportunity to buy vital warm clothes at affordable prices – and give people the chance to clear out much-needed space around the house in time for Christmas.”
Barnardo’s shop in Elgin is at 55 High Street and is open daily from 9am until 5pm.