This January, intu Chapelfield and the London Road Baptist Church in Lowestoft invite you to donate your old, unwanted sports shoes to a great cause. If you're thinking of treating yourself or your family to some new trainers or football boots (or any sports shoes!) and your old ones are in reasonable condition - then please bring them in to the shopping centre and pop them in our special Reboot collection box on lower ground mall.
They'll be donated to families who are less fortunate and cannot afford to buy them - meaning they can also get involved in some sport! The Church runs youth football academy for children aged 7-11 and so are able to help out struggling families so it's accessible to all. They can also supply them to other local people in need who get in touch.
The collection box will be in the shopping centre until 4th February. You can find it on lower ground mall, in St Stephen's arcade outside the Tiger shop for the first two weeks, then it will be near Sports Direct.
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