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Williams' Newsagents, Audlem Square

Rag Bag returns to Audlem on 23rd January to collect any unwanted textiles in order to raise funds for Audlem St James Primary School. 

Items that can be donated must be fabric or be able to be worn (including shoes and accessories). Please NO Bric-a-brac, duvets or pillows.

Thank you to Williams' Newsagents for, again, agreeing to be a drop-off point for the community and for distributing leaflets and bags.

Bags can be dropped in to Williams Newsagents on Saturday 21st January and Sunday 22nd January, during their usual opening hours.

Alternatively, the school will accept bags on Thursday 19th and Friday 20th January, at school drop-off and pick up times ONLY. Don't forget, we also have our Rag Bag bank, sited at the main gate to the school.

Your support would be greatly appreciated and will ultimately enhance the education of the children at Audlem St James Primary School.

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