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Bring Your K4 Donations to Church today!

Just a quick reminder that today is the "Bring your K4 Stuff to Church Day".
You'll be able to drop off your donations when you park in the college car park, on your way into church - couldn't be easier!

So find that bag of bits youve been saving, or have a quick rummage through your wardrobe this morning! Youll feeel better for it, and others will be helped by your donation.

If you havent heard of K4, or popped in (by the fountains in Charles Square) here's a bit more about the shop.
"K4 Kerith for the Community is a charity shop generating income and profits which will go to help sustain a number of projects which are open to all people in the Bracknell Borough area. Current community activities include Bracknell Foodbank, CAP Bracknell, Kerith Konnections, Crisis Intervention, Hilltop and Deaf Hope.
K4 sells good quality clothing, shoes and accessories, household goods, bric a brac, toys, jewellery, CDs, DVDs and much more all at affordable prices.
For more details see the
K4 webpage"

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