Marlow Fire Station has confirmed that members of the public are now able to continue to donate clothes in their public bin, with all the goods going to the Fire Fighters Charity.

This comes after the station initially asked those who live in the town to refrain from such actions on June 1, after a large quantity of bin bags containing clothes were left outside of the collection point.

But this morning (June 18), they revealed that donations can now continue.

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They said: “We can 100 per cent confirm that the Fire Fighter’s Charity has resumed collections at our charity clothing bins.

“Our recycling bin has been emptied this morning so please donate what you can to fill it up again!

“The Fire Fighters charity relies on donations from people like you as they receive no government funding.

“The Covid-19 pandemic has had a huge effect on fundraising so every donation, however, small makes a difference.

“Thank you for your support.

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Marlow Fire Station confirmed that they will accept donations such as adults and children’s clothing which includes underwear, as well as linen, handbags, and pairs of shoes.

For more information, visit their Facebook page.