Store’s boost for Red Cross

PUBLISHED: 09:16 28 March 2008 | UPDATED: 08:57 10 June 2010

AN Exmouth Tesco recycling bank is among 73 nationwide to help raise £40,000 for the British Red Cross.

AN Exmouth Tesco recycling bank is among 73 nationwide to help raise £40,000 for the British Red Cross.

Tesco supermarket placed the textile recycling banks in their car parks across the south west - including their Salterton Road store - inviting customers to drop-off their unwanted linen, clothes and textiles.

Tesco Exmouth store manager Mr Dyer said: "Customers have made good use of the textile banks as it is very convenient to bring any unwanted material with them when coming in to shop.

"It is an easy way to recycle and it is great to know that the Red Cross benefits, with all money going to help people in crisis across the UK.


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