Old stamps change lives

Northwich Guardian: Old stamps change lives Old stamps change lives

STAMP collections in Northwich have helped to raise more than £120,000 for The Leprosy Mission.

Hartford man Edward Cross collects used stamps in the town, including from the Guardian office, and these have gone towards the charity’s record £122,610 total.

The funds are used to provide healthcare and support to people suffering from leprosy across the world.

If anyone wants to donate used stamps to the cause they can be dropped off at the Guardian office, at 5 - 6 Theatre Court, off London Road.


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