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Recycling

Phyllis Tuckwell recycles an array of items to help raise money for the provision of free care for patients and their families living with an advanced or terminal illness across West Surrey and North East Hampshire.

The table below highlights what we can recycle and where

Items Description Where do I take it?
Printer cartridges Home inkjet, full or empty Toner cartridges are now considered 'hazardous waste', so we are now only able to accept home inkjet cartridges for recycling, and are no longer able to accept toner cartridges or cassettes. We can still recycle 'home use inkjet cartridges' for you, if you drop them into any of our shops.
Aluminium Clean foil and drinks cans (not crisps/chocolate packets or pill packets) T. Bakers Yard in Wrecclesham or any Surrey Waste Management site that accepts foil.
Mobile phone handsets All models and all conditions Donation Centre, Dogflud Way, Farnham. Alternatively, companies can request their own collection box to be delivered and emptied free of charge.
Coins and bank notes Foreign, British, obsolete, current, imperial, decimal Drop off at Headway House or any of our shops.
Bras All bras in any condition as long as functional, i.e have both straps and a clasp Drop off at any of our shops. Alternatively, please call 01252 719382 to arrange a collection, or if you would be able to offer a space for a bra bank (we have small, cardboard ones for inside use too).
Textiles/rags All clothing or linen that isn't of good enough quality for the shops Please call us on 01252 729420 if you are able to offer us a space for an outside metal textile bank.
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Please help us

All our services are free, but this is only possible due to the generosity of our amazing community. The Government/NHS only provide 25% of our costs, so we need to raise over £25,000 every day to provide our vital services.

Please donate what you can to help keep hospice care available to all those in our community who need us.

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