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Magic turns gold into charity cash

PUBLISHED: 16:03 24 March 2010 | UPDATED: 15:48 07 July 2010

It's magic…unwanted gold, silver and bronze jewellery can be recycled and turned into cash for a Dereham-based cancer charity.

Dereham Cancer Care is launching an unwanted jewellery recycling collection and is appealing for the public to donate any unwanted pieces of jewellery which can then be turned into a donation for the charity.

It's magic…unwanted gold, silver and bronze jewellery can be recycled and turned into cash for a Dereham-based cancer charity.

Dereham Cancer Care is launching an unwanted jewellery recycling collection and is appealing for the public to donate any unwanted pieces of jewellery which can then be turned into a donation for the charity.

The charity is asking for people to give items they no longer wear, even if they are damaged or broken.

Jewellery can be put into a bag/envelope and taken to the charity's support and information centre opposite Dereham Cowper Road car park (telephone 01362 851439) or to the collection point in Roys Store on Yaxham Road.

People can parcel up their jewellery and post for free to Dereham Cancer Centre, Freepost, Central Recycling.

Call Anna free of charge on 0800 633 5323 to receive a jewellery recycling envelope by post. This can be filled and posted back free of charge.


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