Recycling - Are you having a New Year clear out ?

Just a reminder that we are still collecting all of the unwanted items on the attached flyer to raise funds for the hounds. If you have anything you would like to donate to support this initiative, please drop off at the kennels 😊
You can drop things off any time between 8am and 4pm 7 days a week. Ring the bell and someone will come out to collect. Please only drop things off between these times, and only the things that we are able to recycle for money for the hounds. That is:
♻️ Unwanted gold and silver, including damaged, costume jewellery and watches
♻️ Banknotes and coins of any currency or age
♻️ Mobile phones, cameras and electronic gadgets
♻️ Film cameras
♻️ Postage stamps including used
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About WGW

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Wimbledon Greyhound Welfare (WGW) aims to promote careful and responsible rehoming of greyhounds and other sighthounds

We provide ongoing support to our adopters, including facilities to care for their greyhounds or other sighthounds on a temporary basis after rehoming and, should the need arise, on a longer-term basis until such time as the greyhound or other sighthound is found a suitable home.

And we look to educate the general public on the plight of greyhounds and other sighthounds, and to promote them as suitable pets.