A campaign to raise awareness of childhood cancer is asking people across the Moorlands to donate any unwanted clothing.
The Give Up Clothes For Good initiative has been launched this month, with September marking Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
Cancer Research UK Kids & Teens aims to raise money for research specifically into cancers affecting children and young people and the campaign will run all year round, giving people more opportunities to donate and support, raising more funds for Cancer Research UK Kids & Teens and helping to beat children’s cancers sooner.
Give Up Clothes For Good is also set to provide an environmental benefit through the re-use and recycling of goods. In 2017, it was estimated that there were over 300,000 tonnes of clothing in household residual waste.
To find out how to get involved in the campaign visit Cancer Research UK’s website.