Waste & Recycling

I am collecting recycling for Kicks Count to produce leaflets which inform and support pregnant ladies about the important unborn babies small movements during pregnancy, and help reduce the stillbirth rate.

Items I’m collecting are:

Any brand of plastic coffee jar lid.  Any brand of instant coffee refill pouches. Any brand of empty coffee bean/filter coffee bags. Any brand of empty one cup coffee sachets. Tassimo pods and foil bags (Tassimo only, no cardboard)

Baby food pouches & lids (any brand, such as Ella’s kitchen etc) and Ella’s Kitchen snack wrappers Baby food pouches & lids and Ella’s Kitchen snack wrappers

Plastic trigger tops from cleaning spray bottles (any brand)

Plastic tops from washing up liquid bottles (any brand)

Flexible plastic cleaning wipe packets (any brand)

Plastic air freshener packaging, cartridges and used air fresheners such as plug in refills (NO GLASS or aerosols)

Plastic biscuit wrappers (sweet not savoury) including individual wrappers like penguin wrappers. Must be biscuit not confectionery.

Used stamps (on or off backing paper, leave > 1cm backing paper around stamp) UK and Foreign.

Collection Points at : The Well House, Bray Shop, Green Meadows, Golberdon, Pilgrims Way Shopping Arcade and St Mary’s Church Callington. Thank You for saving your recycling for me Sam Byrnes

HAVING A CLEAR OUT? Don’t throw it out….

Pop into Beech Park Auctions and see what they are selling, from garden machinery to exquisite jewellery items, antique furniture to bric a brac, maybe you have something that can make you a few pounds.

PLUS Goodwood Emporium on Tavistock Road, Callington, will put your items on commission, again lots of items on display at great prices including the newly added second hand clothing commission sales. Best dresses/suits, labelled casuals or quirky Ladies/Gents items including shoes accepted on a commission sales basis. Come in to browse OPEN WEDS-SAT 10-4 SUN 11-2 The Old Ebenezer Chapel near Callington traffic lights crossroads on the way up to Tesco’s.

If you love that dress but it just needs an alteration to make it fit perfectly, just up the road at the traffic lights is South Hill resident Janet Harding at Cornish Crafty Shop in Pilgrims Way Arcade