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Tin in the Bin Network

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A number of homes across Aldersbrook, Wanstead and South Woodford have become collection points for foodbank donations to fill the gap left by the closure of regular collection locations, such as churches and some shops.

“Over the Easter weekend, our network received items exceeding £800 in value, which we delivered to Redbridge Foodbank,” said James Paterson, organiser of the Tin in the Bin Network, which has also received over £3,000 in cash donations.

Addresses taking part include:

  • 8 Drummond Road
  • 43 Langley Drive
  • 120 Overton Drive
  • 36 Felstead Road
  • 46 Buckingham Road
  • 17 Wanstead Place
  • 33 Nightingale Lane
  • 36 Dangan Road
  • 22 Spratt Hall Road
  • 39 Leicester Road
  • 24 Lorne Gardens
  • 34 Seagry Road
  • 2 Church Path
  • 76A New Wanstead
  • 96 Harpenden Road, Aldersbrook
  • 28 Clavering Road, Aldersbrook
  • 36 Dover Road, Aldersbrook
  • 4 Forest Close, Snaresbrook
  • 33 Deynecourt Gardens
  • 14 Wellington Road
  • 29 Avon Way, South Woodford
  • 30 Rose Avenue, South Woodford
  • 27 Pelham Road, South Woodford
  • 99 Cadogan Gardens, South Woodford
  • 55 Cadogan Gardens, South Woodford
  • 38 Eastwood Road, South Woodford
  • 18 Cranbourne Avenue,
  • 1 Hurstwood Avenue, South Woodford
  • 64 Ashbourne Avenue, South Woodford

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