Plea for people in Norwich to donate old televisions and other unwanted electricals - to help save lives
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Donating unwanted electrical items this weekend will provide a boost for a charity which supports people with heart disease.
Norwich City Council and the British Heart Foundation have joined forces to offer people the chance to recycle small and medium-sized unwanted electrical and electronic items.
Last time there was such an event it raised £6,300 for the charity - enough to pay for six defibrillators.
The British Heart Foundation will collect items which are suitable for re-use and eventual resale from their local Norwich store.
The money made could be used to fund research into heart disease or to teach children about the importance of exercise.
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The 'Don't bin it, bring it' will take place at St Paul's Church in Tuckswood between 8am and 1pm on Saturday.
Items such as toasters, hairdryers, mobile phones, TVs, games consoles and kettles will be gratefully received.
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Norwich City Council will be recycling all items which are not suitable for re-use.
Computers will be accepted at the event and the British Heart Foundation will make sure data is cleared before resale.