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Superdrug recycles empty medicine blister packs
Superdrug are now recycling empty tablet blister packs. You can take
these to any of their branches with a Pharmacy, which Orpington has. This is in partnership with TerraCycle.
Walk for Welcare
Thank you to those who took part in this to raise much needed funds
following the cancellation of many events during Lockdown. If you have
or have not walked and still have money to donate (£5 pp suggested -
more if you wish) please send cheque payable to Welcare - and on reverse write 'Welcare in Bromley' - to Alison Dockkray, 9 Reddons Road,
Beckenham, BR3 1LY, if possible by 12 July 2021. Welcare will be really
grateful for this needed boost to funds.
Amazon Smile - Fundraising Opportunity
If you are an Amazon Prime customer you may already know about
Amazon Smile. This is a part of the Amazon website where Amazon will
donate to a chosen charity, 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases.
St Mary’s is now registered with Amazon so if you are a Prime customer you may wish to nominate us for donations. You can find out more at: https://smile.amazon.co.uk/gp/chpf/about
During the pandemic many of us have bought more on line than we might
otherwise have so the overall amount could be significant.
We are registered as:
The Parochial Church Council Of The Ecclesiastical Parish Of Green Street
Green And Pratts Bottom (St. Mary's With All Souls).
The Church of England has issued some guidance on how churches should deal with the threat of Coronavirus (Covid-19).
You can read the latest advice here:
Toddler Group - St Martin’s (CURRENTLY SUSPENDED DUE TO COVID RESTRICTIONS)
As some of you will be aware, we sadly said farewell to our Toddler Group in July at St Mary’s. Thank you very much to Sue Bridger and Helen Spence for organising and running our Sparks Toddler Club.
There is a Toddler Club at St Martin’s of Tours Church, Chelsfield. The group runs every Tuesday morning during