Bromley charity shop appeals for donations

PUBLISHED: 13:14 02 October 2014 | UPDATED: 13:14 02 October 2014

Picture: EloPaint

Picture: EloPaint


The shopping centre are hoping for donations.

The British Heart Foundation’s shop at intu Bromley is hoping people will donate their unwanted items to help fund life-saving heart research.

Everything donated to the Bag It. Beat It. campaign will help over 40,000 children who continue to fight congenital heart disease.

The BHF currently funds over £14 million into congenital heart disease research and this year, they need to raise even more funds.

The Bromley community is being urged to join in and donate a bag of good quality clothes, shoes, toys, books, CDs, DVDs and bric-a-brac and drop it off at the local BHF shop.

Maria Cooper, from intu Bromley, commented: “We are all guilty at some point in our lives of having cupboards full to the brim with items. So, why not make life easier, clear out the cupboards and join in the Bag It. Beat It. campaign and help fund life-saving research into congenital heart disease.

“Please get all your friends, neighbours, family and colleagues together and simply fill up a bag and join the BHF in the fight against heart disease.”

For more information or to find your local BHF shop, visit

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