By Tristan Harris Friday 30 August 2013 Updated: 30/08 15:31
PARENTS across Bromsgrove and Redditch are being urged to donate any unwanted school uniform items to the Primrose Hospice so they can be sold onto families who need them and help out the charity financially.
Some schools have also changed their uniforms, meaning items in previous colours will now be obsolete and the hospice hopes parents in that situation will also consider handing over their items.
Any that are too worn can also be sold for rags and will still make cash for the charity.
The Primrose Hospice’s community fund-raiser Lucy Baylis said: “Any school uniforms in any condition, can help raise money for the hospice.”
Uniform items can be handed into any of the four shops - including the Bromsgrove High Street and Rubery New Road stores.
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