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Warwick Market hosts Collection point for Ukraine

Warwick Market hosts Collection point for Ukraine


As Russia's brutal attack on Ukraine rages on, thousands of us have been searching for ways to help conflict victims on the ground in any way we can. Many charities have recommended donating essential items, including clean bedding, sleeping bags, sanitary items and new shoes to those in need.

Local Market Operators, CJ's Events Warwickshire will be setting up a collection point, where local residents and businesses can drop off items which will then be shipped to those in need. 

Items the Operator will be collecting are:

  • Infants/children: Baby food and formula milk for children /nappies of all sizes/ disposable sheets /child's medications (Calpol, Nurofen )/baby bottles
  • General: torches /batteries /power banks 
  • Medication/First Aid: Anti diarrhoea tablets /Nurofen  /Activated charcoal/ bandages /gauze  /eye ointment  /vitamins  /antiseptic spray  /antiseptic Wipes  /Savlon gel  /Sudocrem  /antiseptic healing cream  /antihistamines /small scissors /candles /First aid bags to place items in
  • Hygiene products: Sanitary products for women/ soap bars /body bar  /combat ready ointment /talcum powder  /Flannels  /wash sponges  /wash bag kits /roll-on deodorant  /hand gel /cotton swabs /razor blades  /toothpaste /toothbrushes /disposable razors
  • Food: Non-perishable foods (tins etc)/ tea and coffee  /sweets /granola bars/ dried fruits/ nuts /small juice boxes/ small squash boxes / UHT drinks

WE CAN NO LONGER ACCEPT: bedding, duvets, pillows, blankets, sleeping bags, clothes

The collection point will be located at the Market Information Hub at Warwick Market, in Market Square between 9am and 3pm.

Carol Young of CJ's Events Warwickshire said:

'The events in Ukraine are devastating and heartbreaking, and we're keen to do our bit, no matter how small, to offer support to those who are in desperate need of items. We stand in solidarity with the people of Ukraine. 

Our thoughts are with the extremely brave people who have stayed to oppose this illegal occupation, and their families and friends, many of whom have become refugees in the past few days.'

The collection point will be accepting donations every Saturday throughout March.