Who is Collecting What and for Whom: Updated July 20
There are 16 clubs int the South West and Channel Islands Region. We have regional meetings 4 times a year. We at SI Cirencester are more than happy to receive items locally to take to other clubs.
Please use the ‘Contact Us’ page to ket us know if you would like to donate items to other clubs in our region)
BARNSTAPLE – Contact Irene Hockin
Textiles, unwanted clothing that charity shops will not take. No bedding.
BATH – Contact Liz Schofield or SI Bath
Ring pulls from drinks cans only, NOT from other cans. Used stamps, wool innocent hats. Ties and leather and canvas bags.
Jewellery (any material), watches, old bank notes and coins. Send to Freepost licence RSXA-GJBY-ARRZ Soroptimist International DEG. Unit 14 Amber Business Village Tamworth B77 4RP. email@example.com
Knitted hats for Innocent Bottles. The company will pay Age UK 25p per hat. The deadline is the end of July 2019 so any that have been knitted can to be taken to either the Regional Meeting in March or AGM in June. The web site for the details and patterns is Age UK – The Innocent Big Knit
BRISTOL – Contact Lucy Swithinbank
Spectacles for 2020 Centenary Project. Children’s would be especially welcome. Dried foods, tins etc. Pencils, rulers, erasers. Small toiletries. Household items, towels bedding.
BRIXHAM – Contact: Audrey Taylor
Red gingham dresses, polo shirts for boys all aged 6 and under. Used stamps. Old spectacles. Mobile phones.
Ring pulls for SI Bath. Clothes for SI Barnstaple.
CHELTENHAM – Contact Judith Dawtrey
Bras. Toiletries. Small items for Christmas boxes. Cans, garden plastic, & VHS videos/cassette tapes.
CIRENCESTER – Contact Shirley AlexanderRing Pulls from cans sent to Philippines Community Fund. Household items for a women’s refuge . Small toiletries for women in prison. Reading Glasses. Supports and collects items for homeless local group Signpost.
GUERNSEY – Contact Shona Darling
Support Project Rhino providing sewing machines to make dresses and shorts. Sewing bags containing cottons, needles, scissors, tape measures.
JERSEY – Contact Jill Campbell
Baby vests, baby clothes. Medication that can be slightly out of date. Second hand spectacles.
PLYMOUTH – Contact Lorraine Gillings
Love in a box-hats, scarves, gloves children and adult. Maths sets, calculators, exercise books, little toys, dollies and bouncing balls. Children games, puzzles, sweets. Baby knitted blankets. Christmas gifts and wrappings for the elderly. Good paperback books. Pillow cases. Soaps, talc, shampoo, flannels, food, slippers, new underwear and nightwear, Combs, brushes and slippers.
ST AUSTELL – Contact Barbara Trenerry
Jewellery/trinkets, used cartridges. Used stamps. Spectacles. Unwanted gadgets i.e. Sat Navs, lap tops, mobile phones, games machines. Old British coins and foreign coins.
SWINDON – Contact Lydia Cardew
Quality children’s books. Christmas boxes-small toiletries, face masks, nail polish, mini make up bags also smart nearly new or new clothing.
TAUNTON – Contact Ruth Demenis
Tins and dried food for the local Foodbank. Knitted squares. Knitting “Archie the Scarecrow” (Reminiscence Learning). Used stamps.
TAW AND TORRIDGE – Contact Alex Lain
Items for Mary’s meals back packs. Bras. Paperback books.
TIVERTON – contact Daphne Dowsing
Knitted long sleeved chip shop baby vests. Short sleeved baby vests email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mittens and hats for children. Baby blankets (must be baby wool) 120 stitches square-patterns available. Sleeping bags. Twiddle muffs.
TORQUAY – Contact Jasmine Dawkins
Travel tissues, wet wipes, mouth wash, hairbrushes and combs, toothpaste and brushes. Socks for Socktober appeal. Used greeting cards. Tampons and sanitary towels. Double and chunky wool. Books2africa.
WESTON SUPER MARE – Contact: Olly Parson
Mary’s meals backpack items. Toiletries and tinned food.
YEOVIL-SHERBORNE – Contact Angela Baker
Long Sleeved kitted Chip shop baby vests that are passed on to SI Tiverton. 2L Plastic bottles stuffed with non recyclable plastic. (for Jackie Mosedale)