FENLAND: RSPCA recieves more than £52,000 from recycling company

PUBLISHED: 13:54 05 February 2009 | UPDATED: 08:51 02 June 2010

Cheque presentation at Block Fen
l-r Paul Needham, Paula Baker, Phillippa Seaton, Lynsay Ewing

Cheque presentation at Block Fen l-r Paul Needham, Paula Baker, Phillippa Seaton, Lynsay Ewing

THE RSPCA has been given a cash boost of more than £52,000 thanks to the efforts of the Recycling Factory. The Recycling Factory donates money to charity through the cash raised from the recycling of mobile phones and inkjet cartridges. And it has raised

THE RSPCA has been given a cash boost of more than £52,000 thanks to the efforts of the Recycling Factory.

The Recycling Factory donates money to charity through the cash raised from the recycling of mobile phones and inkjet cartridges.

And it has raised a staggering £52,735 which was donated to the RPCA. The cash was handed over at the RSPCA Block Fen Centre, in Wimblington.

The money will be distributed across the RSPCA, but it is expected some money will be spent locally.

Pictured are Philippa Seaton, Recycling Factory sales and marketing executive; Paul Needham, account manager at Recycling Factory; Paula Baker (RSPCA), manager of Block Fen; and Lindsey Ewing (RSPCA), corporate account manager.


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